Beware Serious Penalties For Immigration Crimes
Charged with or under investigation for a federal immigration crime, such as Illegal reentry or alien smuggling? Contact King | Morse, today.
Immigration laws are federal laws. If you have been charged with an immigration crime or if you believe you are under investigation and may be a target of a grand jury investigation, you do not have time to wait to see what will happen next. The law firm of King | Morse, offers the defense representation you need to protect your future.
We will immediately begin preparing your defense to stay ahead of the prosecution. Contact King | Morse, today to schedule a free consultation with an attorney to confidentially discuss your federal charges.
Illegal reentry after deportation as defined in 18 USC § 1326 is a serious federal crime that can carry significant penalties, including up to 20 years in federal prison. It’s critical to have a federal criminal defense attorney who knows the ins and outs of this kind of offense, to help get your case dismissed, get the charges reduced or get you the shortest possible sentence.
Controlling immigration has long been the exclusive role of the federal government. This means that immigration crimes, including alien smuggling and immigration fraud, are exclusively within federal jurisdiction. People smuggling investigations are an increasingly sophisticated operation on the part of Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) and other federal agencies.
Individuals implicated in human smuggling operations can find themselves facing substantial jail sentences. Therefore, if you or your business has been implicated in this type of conduct, contacting the attorneys at King | Morse, is an essential first step to building your defense and preserving your freedom.
Are You Accused Of Facilitating Immigration Violations?
Section 274 of the Immigration and Nationality Act, now codified as Title 18, Section 1324 of the U.S. Code, makes illegal a variety of intentional or reckless actions involving illegal aliens in the United States that King | Morse, can help you with:
- Assisting aliens in entering the United States illegally
- Transporting illegal aliens within the United States
- Harboring or concealing illegal aliens
- Encouraging another to enter the United States illegally
- Engaging in an attempt or conspiracy to accomplish any of these actions
- Aiding or abetting anyone else in accomplishing any of these actions
Start Protecting Your Rights And Freedom Immediately
At King | Morse, in Palm Beach County, Florida, we dedicate our practice to defending the rights of the accused. From our office in West Palm Beach, Florida, our attorneys accept clients facing federal charges throughout the United States.