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Extradition Lawyer in Long Beach, CA

Extradition is defined as the act of removing someone from a country or area to go back to their original country or area. This usually happens between countries when individuals commit a crime in one place then flee to another. As Southern California borders another country, the possibility of extradition is highly possible. Perhaps you committed a crime in Mexico then came to California. Mexico may ask to have you extradited back to them. This is a scary concept and you will need a good lawyer if you are facing this very real situation.

Call us right away. It is always smart to arm yourself with someone who knows the extradition law. Since the law often includes stipulations and references to the laws of the other country or area, the whole deal can get very confusing very fast. Don’t try to muddle through it yourself. As soon as you know you are to be extradited, call us immediately. We have the knowledge and understanding about your rights that you need. We should be your first call, before anyone else.

With two decades of expertise behind us, we will go to bat for you and we will work tirelessly to get you what you need. We will gather all the facts and evidence to help you through this trying time. We believe in second chances, and we believe that everyone has that second chance. We want to find your second chance for you. Call us right away. We will help you gather the evidence necessary to help you get the least amount of punishment possible. We will stand by you through the whole extradition possible.

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At Frisco Law Offices, Mr. Frisco understands how deeply impacted your life can be when accused of a crime. He knows the difficulties you face in terms of taking the right steps and making the best decisions. He represents individuals every day facing this situation, some of whom have been told they are in unwinnable positions. Mr. Frisco has been taking on even the toughest cases since 1993, including special circumstance life without parole murder trials. That experience includes thousands of clients and more than 150 jury trials. That is the kind of practical work within the criminal justice system that can make a significant difference in results.