The Fifth Circuit reversed the district court, holding that a judge’s statement at a guilty plea proceeding that deportation is “likely” does not foreclose a noncitizen defendant’s ability to demonstrate prejudice as a result of counsel’s failure to provide Padilla-required advice about the immigration consequences of the plea.

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Court Finds Judge’s Deportation Warning at Guilty Plea Proceeding Does Not Satisfy Padilla