OPERATION LONE STAR CRIMINAL DEFENSE ATTORNEY
Human Smuggling is usually a Class 3 felony punishable by 2 to 10 years in TDC prison. Taking money for doing it would make it a 2d degree and punishable by 2-20 years in prison. And that's for each count! I have been able to negotiate Smuggling cases down to STATE JAIL FELONIES which carry a maximum sentence of two years and a minimum of six months!! I cannot promise that result for you, of course, but it is something we should discuss. Since many of the clients have already served three months in jail awaiting indictment by the time they see a Judge, that's huge.
***If not a US citizen, the client will still need to go through immigration processing and is risking deportation for violating US laws. I DO NOT PRACTICE IMMIGRATION LAW BUT I CAN REFER YOU TO A GREAT IMMIGRATION LAWYER IF YOU NEED HER HELP.
I am Sylvia Delgado and I am a Texas licensed attorney. I was born in Dallas, Texas to parents who had been migrant workers as youngsters. I am the youngest of five kids and grew up in Oak Cliff. I attended the University of Dallas in my late twenties and early thirties. I traveled all over Europe and studied the Classics. I earned my B.A. in Political Philosophy where I learned to admire the Founding Fathers and adore the US Constitution. I attended and graduated from the University of Texas School of Law in 1996 and served as a government attorney in Austin for 15+ years before finding my one true passion in criminal defense. I served as Public Defender in Texarkana for 5.5 years and went out on my own in 2021. I have served thousands of clients at this point and I am presently working providing Operation Lone Star (OLS) legal defense.
I was first appointed to represent OLS clients in September 2021 and have represented over 350 clients/confinees.
I am dedicated to understanding what results you want and to helping you get there. I want to make sure you understand the process and you are not intimidated by it. It is very manageable to an experienced criminal defense attorney. There are systems in place, and they become routine to the regular participants, but these systems are never routine to the client or his family. That is normal. You are not expected to know these things; I am.
Now would be the time to ask questions and make sure you are being heard!
I DO NOT PRACTICE IMMIGRATION LAW BUT I CAN REFER YOU TO A GREAT IMMIGRATION LAWYER IF YOU NEED HER HELP.
I am no stranger to the jails and I will visit your loved one within 3 days from the day you contact me.
I am happy to visit the clients in jail. All I need is a signed contract plus payment to show that I've been hired. I will let the Courts know I am stepping in as your lawyer and I will visit the client in jail (LONG BEFORE COURT) to make sure we are on the same page and either pleading guilty, or nolo contendere, and agreeing to the best plea deal possible, or, pleading not guilty and getting ready to fight, fight, fight!
Yes. I have been licensed since 1999 and doing exclusively Criminal Law cases since 2015. I do it because I love my clients, my cases, my trials, every docket day (even when getting hollered at) and I will Love and Enjoy being your Attorney OR I WON'T TAKE YOUR CASE.
My clients don't just like me; they love me. I think a very important part of the evaluation phase is making sure you like me and I like you.
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Sylvia Delgado is a graduate of the UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS SCHOOL OF LAW. Hook 'em horns!
Sylvia attended and graduated from the UNIVERSITY OF DALLAS before that with a bachelor's degree in Political Philosophy.
Miss Delgado was born and raised in Dallas and grew up on the actual mean streets of Oak Cliff. She attended Sunset High School on Jefferson Avenue and left Oak Cliff just as soon as she could although her folks are still there so she can be found in Big D visiting Mom and family ever so often.
Sylvia worked in blue collar jobs--selling auto parts, running her folks' dump truck service, and running warehouses--until she was inspired by her older brother Greg to go to college and improve her status in life but also find something intellectually challenging. Greg is a Civil Engineer who designs the highways and five layer fly-overs Dallas is kind of famous for.
We are blessed to have very smart hard-working parents who always told us we could accomplish anything we set our hearts and minds to. Well, guess what? Sylvia did just that!