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This question is hopefully for an immigration / naturalization attorney. I'm a green card holder that recently got arrested driving at .20 in California, where .20 brings an additional "special allegation" which I've also been charged with. While I've hired an attorney to handle this, he's not very familiar with immigration issues, and I'm wondering what my priority should be from an immigration perspective:
1) Getting that special allegation dropped, which my attorney thinks is possible
2) Negotiating for lesser penalties, so that I can move on to trying to re-establish my "good moral character".
Any input from someone familiar with the immigration / naturalization process would be greatly appreciated.
(I've posted one other question separately)
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