El Paso Criminal Defense
Diligent Criminal Law Attorneys in El Paso
At Anchondo & Anchondo, we know how scary, draining and frustrating it can be to have a criminal charge hanging over your head. You just want it to go away … to move beyond this difficult time.
Our father-son criminal law attorneys, Daniel and Christopher Anchondo, have extensive experience handling a wide range of El Paso criminal defense cases. From investigating your case to plea-bargaining with the DA, from jury selection to questioning police officers in court; we’re ready to fight for you. Contact Anchondo & Anchondo or call 915-228-4360 for a free initial consultation.
Criminal Defense Against Felony and Misdemeanor Criminal Charges
If you are facing criminal charges at the state level, you could be charged with criminal misdemeanor, gross misdemeanor or a felony. At the federal level you face felony charges. Some crimes can be charged at either the state or federal level; the District Attorney decides which charges to bring and in what court.
Our El Paso criminal defense attorneys handle both state and federal charges for crimes such as:
- Assault: Domestic violence, Assault with a weapon, attempted murder
- Sex crimes: Sexual assault, child pornography, prostitution
- Theft crimes: Burglary, theft, shoplifting, breaking and entering
- Violent crimes: Attempted murder, homicide, manslaughter
- Drug charges
- DWI,repeat or aggravated DWI,and traffic tickets for other vehicular crimes like speeding
- Criminal negligence
- Public intoxication and disorderly conduct
The Impact of a Criminal Case on Immigration & Deportation
The defense lawyers at Anchondo & Anchondo are El Paso born and raised; we know this community and we care about our clients and their families. We bring all the resources of our law firm to your case to build the best possible defense, including our own private investigator.
We work with many clients who are resident aliens. A criminal conviction – even for a relatively small crime – can jeopardize your resident status and result in deportation. It’s important that immigrants don’t plead guilty to any criminal charge until they have talked to a criminal lawyer and understand how it could affect their immigration status.
Call El Paso Criminal Defense Lawyers at Anchondo & Anchondo
El Paso defense lawyers Daniel & Christopher Anchondo work with many clients who are resident aliens. A criminal conviction can jeopardize your resident status and result in deportation. If you are an immigrant, don’t plead guilty to any criminal charge until you have talked to a criminal lawyer and understand how it could affect your immigration status.
We bring all the resources of our law firm to your case to build the best possible defense in criminal cases involving drug crimes, violent crimes, theft crimes, assault, domestic violence, and traffic charges. Email or call the Texas attorneys of Anchondo & Anchondo at 915-228-4360 for a free initial consultation.