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

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.

Another Win for the Law Offices of Brian D. Lerner on Criminal Relief

Post Conviction Relief granted.  Lawful Permanent Resident went from having an Aggravated Felony drug conviction to a conviction that is neither an Aggravated Felony or Crime Involving Moral Turpitude.  Client can now apply to renew his Green Card and apply for Naturalization/Citizenship without the fear of deportation.

Criminal Relief for Crimes affecting immigration

Recent Wins for Law Offices of Brian D. Lerner

U Visa granted for person with crime over 12 years old and officer that did not want to sign the certification
Criminal Relief granted and crime vacated and dismissed. Now he can apply for his Green Card.

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