Criminal Conviction Consequences in Salem, OR

 
You can face serious consequences if you are convicted of a crime. It's important to take a hard look at your situation. Even a minor charge can leave you with a variety of surprising consequences to deal with which an experienced criminal defense attorney might help you prevent.
 
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Employment Consequences

If you are not a citizen of the US a conviction can lead to deportation. Don't plead guilty without knowing the immigration consequences. Talk to a Criminal Defense Attorney and an Immigration Attorney before you make any decisions that could change your life.

School Consequences

School and financial aid applications often ask if you've been convicted of a crime. You could be passed up in favor of a candidate with a clear record.
 

Immigration consequences

If you are not a citizen of the US a conviction can lead to deportation. Don't plead guilty without knowing the immigration consequences. Talk to a Criminal Defense Attorney and an Immigration Attorney before you make any decisions that could change your life.

Other Consequences

In addition to the above, a criminal conviction could restrict your ability to have contact with close friends and family members, volunteer at your children's school, the right to vote, the right to possess firearms, apply for home loans and obtain housing, and obtain government benefits. A criminal conviction can negatively damage your reputation and standing in the community.
Call Attorney Suzanne Taylor today to find about more about your options (503) 391-7664.