A FEW WORDS ABOUT FRANCISCO HERNANDEZ
FRANCISCO HERNANDEZ IS A CRIMINAL LAW SPECIALIST CERTIFIED BY THE TEXAS BOARD OF LEGAL SPECIALIZATION.
Francisco Hernandez is a dual citizen of the United States and Mexico. As such, he has family, friends and professional contacts in both countries. His home and his law firm are located in Fort Worth, Texas Francisco worked personally with President Vicente Fox’s campaign for President of Mexico. He has also helped bridge the gap between Mexico and U.S. business practices as an expert in the area of international relations and politics.
Francisco Hernandez is a Criminal Law Specialist Certified by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization. He is also a member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association. In addition to running his law firm, Francisco has served as Chairman of DFW International Airport, the Texas Ethics Commission, as a Municipal Judge and prior to establishing his own firm, he served in the Texas State Capitol as special legislative counsel for two State Senators. He was an in-house legislative attorney for Southwestern Bell Telephone Company as well as a Staff attorney for a large metropolitan law firm. Early in his career, Francisco worked for Skadden Arps, a multi-national law firm in Washington, D.C., in the U.S. Congress and the U.S. Department of Justice.
Francisco has authored several legal articles and presented seminars in the U.S. and Mexico. A few of the honors he’s received include being named “Man of the Year” by the Fort Worth Star-Telegram, “Outstanding Young Leader” by the Jr. Chamber of Commerce, and one of “40 Under 40″ by the Fort Worth Business Press. Francisco is involved in numerous community activities and has been honored for his volunteerism. Francisco received his Juris Doctorate from the Catholic University of America’s Columbus School of Law in Washington, D.C. and his undergraduate degree from Texas Christian University in Fort Worth, Texas.
Francisco has four children. Thanks to their family’s multi-national heritage, the children are being reared in three languages. Francisco’s interests outside of his family and his law practice include politics and soccer.
He was recently named Power Attorney by the Fort Worth Business Press.
When you work with Francisco Hernandez, you gain an ally who is certified by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization. More importantly, you will actually have the opportunity to work directly with Francisco Hernandez as your future is negotiated and decided upon.
GET SOME OF YOUR CRIMINAL QUESTIONS ANSWERED
CAN YOUR TEXAS CRIMINAL RECORD BE EXPUNGED?
Having your criminal record expunged can make your life easier.
If you have already been convicted of a crime, you may be able to have your criminal charge expunged from your record. This involves reopening your case, negotiating with the prosecutor, and then having your charge dismissed. Then can you apply for to have your criminal record expunged.
At the Law Office of Francisco Hernandez, we stand by you every step of the way to help you clear your name. With our skill and experience in helping people expunge their criminal records, you can be confident that with our help, you may be able to protect your future with an expungement.
DO YOU FEAR DEPORTATION AFTER BEING CHARGED WITH A CRIME?
Immigration into the United States is not easy. You face a lengthy application process, interviews with unsympathetic bureaucrats, and unforeseen complications as you try to make your home in America. If you are charged with a crime, the difficulty of immigrating into the United States becomes enormously more difficult.
- Consequences of Criminal Charges
- Consequences of Theft Convictions
- Consequences of other Criminal Convictions
Don’t plead guilty! Many criminal defense lawyers try to convince you to plead guilty. They say that you cannot overcome any challenges in your case. This may not be true. If you enter a guilty plea, you inevitably will face serious consequences, such as deportation, imprisonment, ineligibility to renew your green card, inability to travel, and more. If you were charged with a crime as an immigrant, let us give you the legal counsel you need to defend yourself in court and avoid serious consequences of a criminal conviction.
If you face deportation, you need help from an experienced immigration and criminal defense attorney in Texas. We will work closely with you to defend your case as if you were a member of our family facing deportation. You can be confident that with our strategic legal defense, you can minimize your risk of removal from the United States.
Sometimes, people are coerced into pleading guilty to crimes they did not commit. Through experience, strong relationships, and skill, Francisco Hernandez may be able to reopen your case. Then, he will negotiate on your behalf to have the charges dismissed. Finally, he will work to have the charges expunged from your record, making it easier for you to avoid the harsh consequences of a criminal conviction.