We know that good people can succumb to the pressures and temptations of life.

Brian grew up in Nogales, Arizona, a city that lies along the border of the United States and Mexico. Growing up in Nogales gave Brian a unique perspective on some of the major conflict issues in our country, including but not limited to immigration and drug trafficking.

As a young man, Brian overcame some legal problems of his own. Fortunately, the court showed him a little leniency, in part because of the work of his defense attorney. This experience is what sparked Brian's interest in becoming a lawyer. Brian recognizes that even good people can succumb to the pressures and temptations of life. He truly believes that every person accused of a crime deserves the best representation and the opportunity to demonstrate that their charges do not define them as a person. diligently for his clients during this stressful period in his life.


Brian’s mother was born in Cienfuegos, Cuba. Although she naturalized many years before her birth, Brian witnessed firsthand the traumatic effects caused by emigrating to a foreign country. In 1961, at the age of seven, his mother immigrated to the United States without her parents during Operation Pedro Pan. Brian’s passion for helping immigrants with their immigration process comes not only from being the son of an immigrant, but also from having lived in Nogales, AZ and Nogales, SON, Mexico.

Brian’s experiences are the driving force in providing his clients with the best representation that money can buy. Brian promises to work