It is theoretically possible, but it is very difficult. ICE takes the position that since he was already out on bond, he knew that he must be very careful to follow all laws. With the huge focus on DUI across the country, no ICE supervisor or ICE attorney or immigration judge wants to grant bond to someone who might go out and drink and drive and kill someone. Much will depend on who the judge is and how much evidence you can show the judge (in a Motion to Reconsider Bond) that your brother does not pose a danger to the public. It's a hard sell.
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Yes. Each time you will face more difficulty of getting him out on bond.
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