Homeland Security Workers/TWIC Cards
If your job requires a Transportation Worker Identification Credential (TWIC card) a criminal conviction could leave you unable to continue making a living for your family in that position. On top of jail time, fines and other criminal consequences your future employment opportunities will be severely limited by your inability to pass the required criminal background check.
To prevent one lapse of judgment from destroying your career it is crucial to make sure you have a skilled criminal defense attorney protecting your rights, your reputation and your future.
Thousands of clients have trusted the Law Offices of James D. Franks with their most critical legal issues, and we look forward to you joining their ranks. Call 662-298-4296 or toll-free 800-219-0753 for a free consultation.
What Is A TWIC Card?
It is a security card that allows individuals to work in transportation roles for or with the United States Department of Homeland Security. TWIC is required for dock workers, many FedEx workers and others whose work involves cargo or people being moved around the country via air, sea and land.
What Is Required To Obtain A TWIC Card?
A criminal background check is required to be approved for TWIC. Criminal convictions that can disqualify a person from receiving a TWIC card or result in their TWIC card being taken away include serious traffic matters such as DUI. The best way to avoid those consequences is to mount an aggressive defense against criminal charges.
Contact A Proven Desoto County Criminal Defense Lawyer
If you are facing DUI or any other criminal charges in Mississippi it’s crucial to act now to protect your TWIC card and your livelihood. Contact us today to arrange a consultation with our experienced criminal defense attorneys.