Domestic Violence

I am attorney Sebastian Sanchez, and I defend U.S. and non-U.S. citizens charged with domestic violence. Domestic violence is a deportable offense. If you are a green card holder who is convicted of domestic violence, you may be required to leave the United States.

Initial consultation: To schedule a consultation, please call 928-597-0939 or complete our online contact form

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Non-U.S. Citizens: Protect Your Green Card

If you are not a citizen of the United States and you plead guilty to domestic violence, you face deportation. Before you plead guilty — before you are required to return to your home country — please talk to a criminal defense attorney.

Domestic violence charges are extremely serious for green card holders. I help clients explore all of their options, working directly with prosecutors to try to work out a solution that doesn't end in deportation. I will also take a case to trial if it is in the best interest of my client. I practice in both immigration law and criminal defense, so I know both sides of these cases.

General Domestic Violence Defense

U.S. citizens charged with domestic violence have their own reasons to worry. A conviction can result in penalties that include jail time, probation and anger management classes.

I defend people charged with all types of violent crimes, including harassment, assault, disorderly conduct, and other misdemeanors and felonies.

Fight Domestic Violence Charges: Contact Sanchez Law Group For Help

For an initial consultation at my office in Yuma, please call 928-782-3110 or send me an email. I look forward to hearing from you.