Regardless of your status in the U.S. our experienced team of criminal trial attorneys obtain arrest reports, bond for release from jail, enter a plea of not guilty, negotiate an appropriate plea with the prosecutor and seek resolution of the matter as soon as possible. We also provide criminal background checks and seal convictions that are more than 7 years old. Whether you are a resident of Nevada or have been arrested for a crime in Nevada and live elsewhere we can help you.
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Northern Nevada Lawyer
Our lawyers advise immigrants BEFORE they work out a possible guilty plea that will not result in the above. And with several decades of experience in courtroom throughout Nevada, our lawyers have the experience to obtain a just and fair outcome to an arrest or criminal charge. In addition, with new Supreme Court decisions regarding past criminal convictions, where the immigrant was not properly advised of their rights prior to a plea, or to the possible immigration consequences of a guilty plea, that plea, in some circumstances, can be amended or even dismissed.
John Lee Carrico has represented clients in court in the following areas since 1975:
- Assault with Deadly Weapon
- Possession, Sales and Trafficking in Controlled Substances
- Driving under the Influence
- Domestic Battery
- Criminal Fraud and Misrepresentation
- Burglary, Robbery, Trespass
- Sexual Abuse
- Juvenile Crimes
- Vacating Judgments of Conviction
- Sealing Criminal Records
Mr. Carrico practices in all Municipal, Justice and Judicial and Federal Courts in Northern Nevada
We represent clients in the following criminal matters and many others: DUI, Domestic Battery, drug paraphernalia, possession or sale of drugs, false identification, theft, child abuse or endangerment, robbery, burglary, fraud, embezzlement, criminal trespass, statutory rape, assault and battery, illegal firearms offenses etc.
It is best to consult with a criminal defense attorney BEFORE talking to the arresting officer, investigators, detectives and definitely before arraignment.