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CRIMINAL DEFENSE & IMMIGRATION LAW
If you have been arrested or given a date in immigration court, you should immediately contact an attorney that knows how to fight the government in court. Talk to an attorney before you provide any information to the government, sign any forms, or waive any rights. Ask for a consultation to explore your options and learn about the ways you can succeed in court and keep your freedom.
Attorney Shauna Segadelli Hoogendoorn
Attorney Hoogendoorn specializes in criminal defense and immigration cases, practicing in Boston and on Cape Cod.
Call or email now for a consultation about your legal situation and how you can win your case.
At your consultation, Attorney Hoogendoorn will listen to your story and give you advice about what you should do next. You may have many available legal options. The quicker you contact an attorney, the more options you will probably have. Attorney Hoogendoorn will help you fully understand your case. She will consult you about the best strategy you can pursue in your case to reach the outcome you want. Everything you and Attorney Hoogendoorn say in this private consultation is completely confidential, forever.
Attorney Hoogendoorn only charges flat fees for the legal services she provides. Flat fees mean that you will always know exactly how much your bill will be for the legal services you want. You will never see unexpected costs on your bill.
Arrange for a consultation and bring all of your documents that relate to your case.
If you are seeking help with a criminal case, these documents include anything from the police, the government, or the court, as well as any papers that you think may be helpful evidence to prove your side of the case.
If you are seeking help with an immigration matter, you should bring documents you have received from the government, the court, and the police, and your passport. Bring your record of entry into the U.S. and records of your past immigration status, if you have them. Also bring information about any family members who might help your immigration case.