My daughters had a party where alcohol was involved. I came home to find kids in my house while I was still looking to for my daughters the police came. The found alcohol and drugs. Now I am being charged with corruption of minors and furnishing alcohol on top of that falsifing statements. The police did not believe I was gone for when all those kids came to my house
Yes, absolutely it could. Depending on what you are charged with, under these facts, there could be an aggravated felony or crime involving moral turpitude involved. A conviction could result in deportation, loss of your green card, and the inability to ever apply for citizenship. You need to speak to a criminal defense attorney familiar with immigration matters immediately, and not discuss the case with anyone else.
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Do not leave the United States until this case is resolved and you have received competent advice, in addition to what my colleague stated. You could be put into removal proceedings upon reentry even in the absence of a conviction.
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Yes, my colleagues are absolutely correct. I am a dual Immigration and Criminal attorney. You need to defend the criminal charges. Under the facts you describe, you have a chance at success. Discovery must be reviewed thoroughly.
Please be advised my answers to questions does not constitute legal advise and you should not rely on it, due to the fact that we have never met, I have not been aprised of the facts in you case nor have I reviewed any documents.
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