Other Publications

 

In addition to the Practice Manuals, this office publishes a number of Other Publications, which are available for sale in soft cover or PDF editions. These differ from the practice manuals in several ways:

  • They are available for sale in hardcopy or as a PDF download.

  • No online edition is published on this website, and they are not included in the Free Resources Area of the website.

  • They are not systematically updated, although new updated editions are published from time to time.

  • They are generally published in a very timely fashion. For example, the Categorical Analysis Tool Kit was published several weeks after the Supreme Court decided Nijhawan v. Holder, and the Padilla Seminar Materials were published several months after the Supreme Court decided Padilla v. Kentucky.

More quick, topical guides will be published from time to time.  

Tooby's Categorical Analysis Tool Kit

 

The categorical analysis is the test used to determine whether a given conviction falls within a ground of removal.  Some recent decisions seek to change some of the traditional rules used for this analysis.  The Categorical Analysis Tool Kit was designed as a snap-shot of the current state of the law, with many suggestions for arguments in favor of preserving the categorical analysis as well as taking advantage of the silver lining of some of the new rules.  It contains a description of recent major Supreme Court and immigration decisions on this subject, with discussions of their implications for this fast-moving field.

 

This volume assists counsel to quickly locate the law relevant to a specific categorical analysis question, and thus  save a great deal of time in research!  This publication includes a detailed table of contents, Appendix A listing the type of analysis applicable to each ground of removal, and a Table of Authorities. 

 

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Tooby's Checklists on Criminal Immigration Law

 

This volume consists of the most useful checklists drawn from all the national publications of the Law Offices of Norton Tooby.  They have been updated through May 2010.  The primary focus is on checklists useful in telling whether a conviction triggers a conviction-based ground of removal, and they are designed to supplement N. Tooby, Tooby's Guide to Criminal Immigration Law (2008), and N. Tooby & J. Rollin, Criminal Defense of Immigrants (2007).  Since the checklists have been updated through the present time, they in effect update these books in many ways.  These checklists are also published in the Free Resources area of this website, or in the Premium Resources area. 

 

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Winning Padilla Claims: Immigration-Related Ineffective Assistance of Counsel

 

This book is brand new for 2012. In Padilla v. Kentucky, the U.S. Supreme court held that since 1996, criminal defense counsel rendered ineffective assistance of counsel by failing to give accurate advice on the immigration consequences of a plea. Many clients have Padilla claims that may allow them to avoid deportation by reopening their cases and trying to negotiate an immigration-neutral alternative disposition. This brand new book offers 400 pages of expert assistance in evaluating and winning Padilla claims nationwide. Also included is all 6.5 hours of audio from Norton Tooby's 2012 seminar on winning Padilla claims. 

 

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California Post-Conviction Relief for Immigrants eNewsletter

 

For only $15 each month, you can have access to our monthly eNewsletter containing recent caselaw pertaining to California post-conviction relief for immigrants. The most valuable part of the newsletter is Norton Tooby's articles on the newest techniques for using California post-conviction relief to avoid immigration damage from California convictions. These newsletters always contain fresh strategies.

 

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Tooby’s Guide to Criminal Immigration Law

 

Tooby’s Guide summarizes, in clear and concise terms, what criminal and immigration counsel need to do together in the defense of the criminal case, to protect the client’s immigration status.  This book explains the immigration world to criminal counsel in understandable terms.  Because the law in this area is changing rapidly, and because of the difficulty of being aware of all new developments in two evolving areas of law, counsel should view this book as a starting point for research, rather than its conclusion.  It is a summary of the main points covered in N. Tooby & J. Rollin, Criminal Defense of Immigrants (4th ed. 2007), the 2000-page comprehensive practice guide, and contains many cross-references for more information. 

 

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