Assistance With Immigration Issues In Federal Criminal Proceedings
Dan’s unique experience and background in both immigration law and federal criminal law has allowed him to assist defense attorneys who have clients with an ICE detainer or who have been charged with a criminal offense involving immigration law/issues. Contrary to what many attorneys understandably believe, the existence of an ICE detainer is not and should not be a basis for pretrial detention in federal court. Likewise, the fact that a noncitizen defendant does not have legal status in the United States is not and should not be a basis for detention in federal court. Indeed, Dan has successfully obtained pretrial release for a defendant who had an ICE detainer, had no legal status in the United States, and was charged with illegal reentry.
Dan’s unparalleled knowledge of the immigration laws and procedures allows him to assist in the preparation and execution of cross-examination of government witnesses in a way that educates the trier of fact on the true significance (or lack thereof) of an ICE detainer and/or a lack of status in the United States. Likewise, Dan’s knowledge and experience with federal jury trials involving immigration-related criminal cases can be a vital asset to attorneys preparing for all aspects of trial (e.g., jury selection, cross-examination, etc.).
Contact Attorney Gividen Today For Answers To Your Crimmigration Questions
If your client has an ICE detainer or they’re an immigrant who has been charged with a criminal offense, contact Dan at 972-256-8641 or contact him online. He can answer your questions, address your concerns and provide guidance on the best way to assist your client through the legal process. If your client is an immigrant, their future in the United States could be at stake after a criminal conviction. Contact attorney Dan Gividen to ensure they receive knowledgeable, experienced crimmigration guidance.