Aggressively Protecting Your Rights In Criminal Matters
If you are charged with a crime, your future may be at stake. If you are a noncitizen, it is especially important to work with an attorney who understands the complexity of criminal law and immigration. Your ability to stay in this country may be at risk.
At The Law Office of Emily M. Chrim in Stockton, attorney Emily M. Chrim represents U.S. citizens and noncitizens in criminal cases in state and federal court. She understands how critical it is to clear your name and keep your record clean, regardless of your immigration status. You can come to her for smart, tough defense representation. To learn more about your case, contact her today. She will handle your case herself from beginning to end.
Helping Noncitizens Fight Criminal Charges And Protect Their Status
Crimmigration is the combination of immigration law and criminal defense. Ms. Chrim is the only lawyer in her area of California who practices this type of law. She is well-regarded for her knowledge and experience in crimmigration cases. She helps noncitizens with criminal charges as well as removal defense. You can be sure that attorney Chrim understands how crucial it is to minimize the consequences of any criminal charges so your status is not threatened.
Full-Service Criminal Law Tailored To Your Needs
Come to The Law Office of Emily M. Chrim for experienced defense against charges such as:
- Drug charges
- Assault and Battery
- Domestic violence
- Property Crimes
- Sex Crimes
Ms. Chrim knows how to investigate the case against you and build a strong defense. She will make sure there are no violations of your constitutional rights. If she finds violations, she may be able to have relevant evidence suppressed and charges reduced or dismissed. She works hard for each client, no matter how large or small the case is.
Get Started On Your Defense Today
Call 209-792-0663 or use the online contact form to set up an appointment. You will work directly with Ms. Chrim from the first call to the end of your case.