Doubtful, as the review on releasing on bond will evaluate his danger to the community and the risk of flight factors. He needs a very good attorney.
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It is unlikely that ICE will release him without a fight. Also, if convicted, he is facing certain deportation. You need to make sure your brother has an aggressive attorney working to protect him and his rights NOW if you want him to have ANY chance of remaining here.
Please let me know if I can be of assistance. I would be happy to help.
M. Jason Rhoades
This type I'd situation requires not just an attorney capable of handling criminal issues, but one very well versed in immigration issues as well. I highly suggest you consult with an attorney who specializes in both areas sooner rather than later.
Best of luck,