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JURY DEMANDABLE WHEN DEPORTATION CONSEQUENCES: DC CRIMINAL LAWYER

The DC Court of Appeals in Jean-Baptiste Bado v. U.S., decided on June 21, 2018, reversed the appellant’s conviction for misdemeanor sexual abuse of a minor and after a bench trial, on the ground that he was denied the right … Continue reading

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Fear of Deportation Keeping Immigrants From Reporting Domestic Violence

From The New York Times: For years, she slept with a gun under her pillow, living in fear of a boyfriend who beat her, controlled her life and threatened to kill her and her children. Domenica, who came to this… … Continue reading

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Deportation by Any Means Necessary: How Immigration Officials Are Labeling Immigrant Youth as Gang Members

President Trump has painted with a broad brush immigrants from El Salvador as MS-13 members (and Mexicans as criminals). This report from the Immigrant Legal Resource Center details findings from a national survey of legal practitioners concerning the increased use… … Continue reading

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New on LLRX – Detainers, Detention and Deportation: From Presence to Personhood

Via LLRX.com – Detainers, Detention and Deportation: From Presence to Personhood – Ken Strutin’s latest guide on criminal law is an expansive, extensively documented, expert work that provides researchers, scholars, lawyers, judges, advocates for criminal justice, librarians, students, and Americans, … Continue reading

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Disrupting Southeast Asian Communities Through Deportation

Guest blogger: Grey Hensarling, law student, University of San Francisco: Escape from the Khmer Rouge Recently, ICE has targeted the Southeast Asian community for deportation, separating many families and leaving them in turmoil. I sat down with Chivy, who has… … Continue reading

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