Criminal Defense of Immigrants


§ 8.21 2. Why You Want It

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Standard criminal defense arguments may be made if the client has maintained a good record before and since the incident giving rise to the charges, and the equities in his or her favor are strong.  The client can take a credible position of refusing to acquiesce in any outcome that will destroy the family and permanently exile the client to a foreign land.