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My mom was charged with theft ($130 dollars of groceries). She is a permanent resident alien and has been in the country since 1983. She has 3 priors, all misdemeanor thefts, which span from 1993-2003. The prosecutor is seeking a felony charge because of her multiple offenses. The prosecutor has agreed to offer deferred adjudication and she is scheduled to make her plea. Also she never was sentenced over a year in jail nor did the crimes happen within five years of her entering the country. My question is since theft can be classified as a crime of moral turpitude, can she be deported based on her prior charges? Would it be worth fighting this case in order to get the charges lowered to a misdemeanor? Does a felony theft of groceries classify as an aggravated felony? Thank you.