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MY HUSBAND IS FIGHTING CHARGES LAWYER SAYS WE CAN GET THEM DROPPED. CAN ICE STILL DEPORT HIM IF THEY ARE DROPPED?

Sacramento, CA |
Filed under: Criminal charges

CLEAN RECORD, GREAT STATEMENTS FROM SCHOOLS AND RECENT EMPLOYER, NOTHING BUT A JUVINILE RECORD FROM '06. HES NOW 23. FIGHTING PRE MEDITATED MURDER AND STREET TERRORISM DUE TO HIS OWN COUSIN DYING WHERE HE DROPPED HIM OFF AT.

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  1. We need more facts but I would look into either hiring an attorney that does criminal and immigration law or hiring an immigration lawyer to consult with the criminal defense attorney to ensure the best possible outcome once ice gets their turn.

    Law Office of Daniel M. Wigon - 916-447-8975. This should not be taken as legal advice. Consult with a local attorney before making a decision that could adversely affect your rights.


  2. That depends on whether he was in the country legally to begin with. Any person who is in the country illegally can be deported regardless of whether or not they have committed any other crime.


  3. Is he here legally? That is the first question. If he is convicted of either charge it is very likely that he wil be deported. Sounds like he needs top flight criminal and immigration attorneys.

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