Representing Immigrant Defendants in New York, 5th Edition
Over 20 percent of New York State residents are foreign-born, according to the U.S. Census, and many are non-citizens who may be easily subject to detention and deportation for criminal convictions. Through a well-organized explanation and analysis of the relevant law – along with our renowned two-page “Immigration Consequences of Crimes Summary Checklist” and 12 appendices for quick reference – the 2011 edition of our manual offers detailed, practical, straightforward, and up-to-date information to help defense attorneys:
- Comply with Padilla obligations when representing non-citizen clients
- Identify potential immigration consequences of specific New York dispositions
- Strategize ways to avoid adverse immigration consequences in criminal cases.
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