Experienced and Aggressive Tucson Criminal Defense Attorney
The Tucson, Arizona Law Offices of Matthew H. Green has experience defending almost every type of misdemeanor and felony criminal case. We provide representation to immigrants charged in state, local and federal courts. Your criminal case will receive the kind of personal attention that you should expect. Call (520) 882-8852 now to schedule an initial consultation with our criminal defense attorneys in Tucson and Phoenix.
The Law Offices of Matthew H. Green will provide you with a dedicated and aggressive defense in the following areas:
- DUI and Vehicular Crimes
- Drug Crimes
- Violent Crimes
- Theft and Fraud
- Sex Crimes
- Federal and Immigration Crimes
- Precharging and Investigation
- Expunging Convictions & Appeals
Defending Criminal Charges and Protecting Your Immigration Status
At the Law Offices of Matthew H. Green, we represent immigrants and their families in criminal defense cases. We understand how important it is to carefully and effectively resolve your criminal case to avoid subsequent deportation charges. In many situations, it is just as effective to resolve a criminal case in a certain way to ensure that an immigrant can at least fight his future immigration case. We routinely defend those that have been charged with illegal reentry, alien smuggling or transportation of aliens.
Aggressive DUI Lawyers in Tucson & Phoenix
In addition to providing skilled representation in criminal defense cases, the Law Offices of Matthew H. Green focuses on challenging cases where a police officer personally takes blood from someone arrested for DUI. Mr. Green has given presentations on this topic to other attorneys in Arizona, and has argued these cases before the Arizona Court of Appeals. If you have been arrested for drunk driving, call (520) 882-8852 today to schedule an initial consultation. We accept Visa and MasterCard.
Criminal Defense in Southern Arizona
Situated in Tucson, Arizona, the Law Offices of Matthew H. Green defends people charged with serious felonies in the following jurisdictions:
- Pima County Superior Court, Tucson, Arizona
- Pinal County Superior Court, Florence, Arizona
- Santa Cruz County Superior Court, Nogales, Arizona
- Cochise County Superior Court, Bisbee, Arizona
Because of its proximity to the Mexico border, many individuals--U.S. Citizens and immigrants alike--often find themselves accused of participating in what are commonly known as "border crimes." Such crimes include:
- Possession of illegal drugs
- Possession of drug paraphernalia
- Possession for sale
- Possession with the intent to distribute
- Conspiracy to possess drugs for sale, distribution, importation, transportation
We accept cases involving all types and quantities of illegal substances, such as:
The Importance of An Immigration and Criminal Defense Lawyer In Drug-Related Cases
If you are not a U.S. Citizen, almost any kind of drug conviction can result in your deportation. Even worse, most drug convictions can prevent you from legally returning to the United States after deportation. There are, however, certain ways in which your federal or state drug-related case can be resolved to avoid the consequences of deportation and future inadmissibility. As a lawyer who regularly practices both criminal defense and immigration law, Matthew Green understands exactly how your criminal case will ultimately affect your immigration case.
At the Law Offices of Matthew H. Green, we understand that many times, the most important objective for a client and his family to stay in the United States, and that the immigration case that lies ahead is actually much more important than the ongoing criminal case. Matthew Green serves his non-citizen clients well by regularly appearing in the criminal courts and the immigration courts. The Law Offices of Matthew H. Green represents non-citizen clients in criminal cases and deporation proceedings. By doing so, Mr. Green and his staff are able to more effectively manage a client's total criminal and immigration interests by attempting to resolve the criminal case in such a way that the client maximizes his chances of winning in immigration court.