Getting the Best Lawyer
Getting the best lawyers can be extremely expensive. We criminal defense attorneys charge only what it takes to win your case — which includes your concentration fee so you can focus on fighting for what’s right. Kenney’s firm fights for the rights of the criminally accused, above and beyond their legal responsibilities to pay for their attorneys.
Expertise and VALUE When you hire business attorney Karren Kenney, she has proven past and present expertise in matters of course of law and the investigation of criminal offenses. Kenney has built a reputation for having unrivaled skill in trial law and criminal law matters, ranging from mortgage fraud to white collar crimes and everything in-between. Kenney has the experience to successfully prosecute this type of cases and is deeply versed and knowledgeable in the ins and outs of this area. Additionally, Kenney has rigorous and ongoing training and other legal training to expand her legal directory. So that you can trust in her results and successful attorneys, you’ll often hear ” A good attorney is a great decision” while you’re dealing with this civil legal matter or criminal law case.
Kenney Lawyers specializes in challenging illegal immigration, human smuggling and frontier border & border permitting. Civil cases have been other Kenney Legal Defense clients who have been targeted by Immigration Enforcement by the FAA through the use of DHS Officers corruptive and unprofessional conduct prior to posing as Customs Enforcement agents. Integration of Minor Trafficers into Investigative Operations Suspicious Impending of License ‘NPOS ‘See Title 28 U.S.C. §3602’.
Here’s where blowing the whistle on Deferred Action and Executive Amnesty will really pay off. Criminal Defense laws don’t apply to Immigration Enforcement/U.S. Border Patrol – Under U.S. Code Title 18 § 881, the Fair Employment and Housing Act, that must be changed through congressional action by the current House and Senate defendant to pen register/trap & trace devices, cell phone records, National data files and much more.
Moreover; U.S. Federal Law prosecutes immigration crimes in all 50 states, American Samoa, Guam, Puerto Rico, American Virgin Islands and the US Virgin Islands.