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Most people don't realize that federal criminal charges carry mandatory minimum prison sentences. If you are charged, you need to quickly realize the importance of your federal defense lawyer. You need someone who is both familiar with the prosecution's tactics and the strategies that a federal criminal defense attorney needs to pursue to get a favorable outcome.
At the Law Offices of Ruben Ortiz, we represent clients throughout the El Paso area, as well as Sierra Blanca and Van Horn, in federal crimes and other criminal defense matters. Since 1998, El Paso criminal defense lawyer Ruben Ortiz has been advocating for people facing criminal charges throughout Texas. He is a strong legal advocate with a proven track record. In 2023, Ruben Ortiz obtained his license in New Mexico and now handles cases in the Mesilla Valley area with an office in Las Cruces.
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Because federal crimes have mandatory minimum sentencing guidelines, all criminal convictions result in at least some prison time. This means that a judge usually is unable to decrease the sentence or reduce the punishment. Knowing the seriousness of federal cases, you need to make sure that you have a strong and experienced Texas federal defense lawyer on your side.
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Ruben Ortiz is familiar with federal court processes and has the skills necessary to fully protect his clients' freedoms and liberties. His goal is always to get the best result, regardless of the circumstances of the situation. Proudly serving the criminally accused in El Paso, Sierra Blanca, Van Horn, and throughout Texas
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He got my case dismissed.Jorge Medina
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