Solving Problems In Criminal Law and Immigration Consequences In Plea Deals

When facing criminal charges, most people only see the immediate future. This is not surprising, since the immediate future can look pretty bleak, with the possibility of fines, jail time and other criminal penalties. It is crucial to consider the collateral consequences to any plea deal.

At Letzo-Cantillo & Associates, PLLC, we believe in solving problems and anticipating future outcomes. While it is certainly important to take care of the short-term problems, we consider the long-term impact of the various criminal defense strategies available to you. We will explore reduced charges, alternative sentencing programs and other available options to find any way possible to minimize the impact that these charges could have on your life or your career.

Contact A Defense Attorney

When facing criminal charges, it is important to talk to a criminal defense lawyer who can help you understand your rights and options going forward in your defense. To schedule your initial consultation, call 407-242-7066 or contact us online.

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At our law firm, you will find a criminal law attorney who can help you through all aspects of your case, to get the best outcome possible for your long-term future. Contact us to learn more.

Handling A Range Of Misdemeanors and Felonies in Ohio

We defend Ohio clients against a range of misdemeanor and felony charges, including:

  • Driving without a license
  • Theft crimes
  • Property crimes
  • Other criminal charges

Juvenile Crimes in Ohio

Children who have committed crimes will face the juvenile justice system. If your child has been accused of a juvenile violation, we can help you work with the juvenile court to get the best outcome possible and find the resources to help your child avoid these problems in the future.

We represent juveniles facing charges that include:

  • Underage drinking
  • Drinking and driving
  • Theft crimes
  • Violent crimes
  • Vandalism
  • Curfew violations

For first-time juvenile offenders, we can explore options like diversion programs and alternative sentencing to minimize the long-term impact.

Expungements and Record Sealing in Ohio Courts

In certain situations, we can help clients get their criminal records expunged and sealed from public view. Contact us to learn more.

*Please be advised that DHS/USCIS has the ability to look at any criminal record even if it has been expunged/sealed.* Consider the cost involved and the consequences when making a decision to pursue this remedy*!*