Attorney Yveline F. Paul is admitted to practice in State and Federal Courts. She represents persons accused of crimes in Miami, Coral Gables, Homestead, and other cities throughout Florida.
If you have been accused of a crime, don’t take this lightly. It can have harsh consequences for you and your family. Don’t rush to take a plea agreement. We do what it takes to resolve your case without a trial, to find alternatives to serving jail or prison time and alternatives to avoid harsh consequences for your current or future immigration status.
After your case is over, if you are eligible, we help you to expunge your records.
First time offenders may be eligible for pre-trial diversion or treatment programs. At the completion of these programs, your charges may be dropped or nolle prossed and you will not have a criminal conviction.
We also offer our clients 24 years of experience as a criminal defense attorney. Whether you are accused of a drug offense, DUI (driving under the influence) or any other crime, our understanding of the interrelation between criminal convictions and their immigration consequences gives you an edge as we strive to avoid the potential immigration consequences of criminal convictions in your criminal defense.
A common example of the interrelation between criminal and immigration law is that the undocumented alien is unable to obtain a Florida Driver’s License. Many times, they drive without driver’s license, which leads to an arrest and conviction for this crime and which can affect their ability to benefit from any immigration applications. It is a catch-22 situation which requires the expertise of an experienced attorney like Yveline Paul to assist you.
Contact immigration attorney Yveline Paul at (786) 536-4567 or (863) 675-6752 for assistance.