Criminal Defense Attorney Representing and Protecting the Rights of Immigrants
Lorenzon Law defends immigrants against a wide range of criminal charges. Licensed in Ohio and Florida, Mr. Lorenzon has represented clients in both states avoid the harsh consequences of the criminal justice system.
With our extensive experience and immigration background, we are well equipped as a criminal defense lawyers to assist foreign nationals the possible immigration consequences of criminal convictions or plea agreements.
Our substantial knowledge and experience in both immigration and criminal defense law, Lorenzon Law is able to provide an aggressive defense to immigrants facing criminal charges and possible deportation.
Attorney Jason Lorenzon has written articles and presented continue legal education classes to lawyers on immigration and immigration criminal defense. Mr. Lorenzon has also successfully vacated past criminal convictions and negotiated plea agreements for clients that have avoided deportation.
The Ohio State Bar Association has published by Mr. Lorenzon in its Law You Can Use Section.
This article can be accessed here:http://www.ohiobar.org/members/pages/lawyoucanusedetail.aspx?itemID=644
United States Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) have increased deportation of foreign nationals. ICE has stepped up its deportation of foreign nationals charged with crimes or convicted of criminal offenses. Even legal permanent residents and visa holders can face deportation if convicted of certain "aggravated felony" crimes.
If you are a noncitizen, a conviction for an aggravated felony will mean serious consequences - regardless of your immigration status and the length of time you have resided in the United States; you will face deportation proceedings and separation from your family members in the United States. You will not be able to apply for most forms of relief from deportation such as asylum, cancellation of removal or even a waiver.
If you or a loved one is facing criminal issues or charges as an immigrant call us immediately for a case evaluation at 216 573-3722.