Have You Been Arrested For Allegations Of Harboring Undocumented Immigrants?
A coyote or pollero approached you and promised to waive your crossing fee if you agreed to drive a car, act as a guide, or cook food for other people who crossed with you illegally. Now you face felony charges and a sentence of two to five years. You may be very confused that you are being treated like a criminal when all you did was drive a car or cook some food. You feel like law enforcement officials treat you as if you have no rights at all. When you are in a situation like this, you need an attorney who is not only prepared to defend you against the charges, but who recognizes that you deserve to be treated with dignity and respect. At the Law Offices of Roger H. Sigal, L.L.C., you will find an Arizona attorney who always treats you with dignity and respect, and who protects you from overzealous Border Patrol, DEA, ATF and ICE agents.
For many, I have used creative solutions to help my clients reduce or eliminate charges of transportation and harboring illegal aliens. Often, these cases are very complex. They can include weapons charges and kidnapping charges. Therefore, it is essential to work with an attorney who is experienced in handling these cases.
Get Legal Help For Fighting Charges Of Harboring Undocumented Persons
Charges for human trafficking and harboring undocumented persons are severe. However, many people who are charged with these crimes are, in a sense, themselves victims. Many people who face these charges are not coyotes or polleros. Rather, they are people who were being smuggled in, and took advantage of the opportunity to agree to cook, drive or stand guard in exchange for having their fees waived.
As an experienced attorney representing undocumented aliens, I am very familiar with the challenges that my clients face and I understand the conditions that drive their choices. I am prepared to take forceful action to defend your rights and freedom.
Contact Law Offices Of Roger H. Sigal, L.L.C.
If you face charges of harboring or transporting undocumented persons, contact me as soon as possible. My calls are answered 24 hours a day. To schedule a free initial consultation, call 520-777-1242 or 866-919-3802.