Do not attempt to fight the criminal system alone.
In Kansas based upon constant changes and amendments to our criminal laws, any crime contains penalties and ramifications that are aggressive and most of the time very complicated. In addition to the possibility of facing confinement, heavy fines or other punishments, an individual who has been charged or is considered to be an “accused” in any capacity, must understand and realize that any conviction could result in a requirement that requires him or her to register as an offender or sexual offender, even if the offense seems insignificant, trivial or minor to you. Additionally, a conviction for any offense could have serious and devastating consequences on your immigration status, your employment and/or your ability to retain or obtain certain professional licenses, certifications and/or accreditations. Therefore do not attempt to fight the criminal system alone.
Mr. Marquez has served as a criminal defense attorney for the past 30 years, starting with service as a member of the “Trial Defense Services” of the United States Army Judge Advocate General's Corps and continuing through the present. He has presented a myriad of individuals charged with drug law violations, sexual crimes, serious crimes of violence, white collar crime, Driving Under the Influence (DUI) as well as a myriad of other types of felony and misdemeanor offenses. It is important that you know who you choose to present you in court matters.
Mr. Marquez is very serious about his responsibilities in representing individuals charged with criminal offenses very seriously. He recognizes and understands that this nation was founded by a group of individuals who understood the importance and necessity of having specific constitutional protections against government practices that deprived individuals of specific rights, for example, the right again self-incrimination.
He understands that an “accused" is generally in a terrible and uncertain position. He further recognizes that each client is a competent, responsible individual who needs an attorney to listen to them about the facts of his or her case and their desired results.
Whether you have already been arrested, a targeted suspect in a police investigation, facing a criminal warrant, or charged with a misdemeanor or felony offense, remember to say NOTHING to the police and call 620-275-9193 immediately.