Criminal Law

Criminal law differs largely from civil law in that you can possibly lose your freedom and liberty as a result of a criminal case. Nowhere in law is there such an emphasis upon proscription of penalties and punitive measures. Criminal law regulates social conduct to help maintain a better society, but often individuals find themselves in situations in which the criminal law system does not expressly side with them or does not seem to.

Criminal law charges range in severity, complication, and potential punishment. A criminal trial with the bad outcome could ruin lives forever so it is unquestionably very important to have competent and expert legal consultation and advisement to make certain that the case progresses and ends with the best possible outcome.

An experienced and expert criminal defense attorney is absolutely vital in order to allow the accused an adequate defense. The overwhelming majority of individuals who choose to act as their own defense lawyer in a criminal trial may find themselves in serious trouble that could likely have been avoided with the aid of an experienced and knowledgeable criminal defense attorney such as Attorney Anthony J. Nunes.

Criminal Law matters our office handles include the following: All Felonies and misdemeanors: Burglary, grand theft, theft, fraud, embezzlement, Domestic Violence, Battery, Assault, Assault and Battery, Prostitution, Sex crimes, Assault with a Deadly Weapon, Possession of a gun, Possession of a deadly weapon, Disturbing the Peace, Violation of Restraining Orders, DUI’s, Expungements (“Cleaning” your Criminal Record), Criminal Record Reviews with the Department of Justice (DOJ) and the FBI, Criminal Immigration, Child Delinquency cases and various other areas involving Criminal Law.

Attorney Anthony J. Nunes has extensive knowledge and experience handling all criminal matters for over a decade.

Not only does Attorney Anthony J. Nunes have extensive knowledge and experience in Criminal law, but he also has extensive experience and knowledge relating to immigrants who have been charged with crimes who may face the possibility of deportation and/or adverse immigration consequences.

If you are being accused of a crime and/or if you have any questions about how your criminal case may have an effect on your immigration status, call our office today!

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