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Immigration

Non Disclosure for DWI Driving While Intoxicated Charges

By | Criminal, Driving While Intoxicated, Immigration

The Texas State Legislature in its 85th Session passed a law to take effect in September 2017. Any person who has been convicted of DWI (1st time) where there were no accidents or injuries will be permitted to file for a non-disclosure. There is a 2 year waiting period and the BAC must have been less than .15. A non-disclosure is a petition that is filed with the Court which permits a person to seal records (from the Public) of…

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A gripping biographical essay by a prisoner friend

By | Criminal, Immigration

I could start this story in so many different places that the Hollywood hautte coutre would have a field day with it. But whenever my mind runs over my “prison story”, it always starts in the same place. It’s not, as would make sense to most, my first day “in the slammer” when the big steel door slams behind you like you always see in the movies. No, for me, my first day al¬ways begins with my last day in…

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Getting From Internet to Evidence

By | Criminal, Immigration, SEO

doublehlaw.com There are all kinds of amazing things you can discover from someone’s laptop and if they are thinking about suing you. A lot of stuff is super useful. As you might guess the law has kind of responded to company’s effort to pry into people’s work computers and on occasions employers might get an overzealous and for example using a forensic experts to fish out the Google password you used to get into your private web based email. Go…

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INFORMACION PARA EL VISITANTE EN LA CARCEL DE TARRANT-NUEVAS REGLAS

By | Criminal, Driving While Intoxicated, Immigration

VISITACIÓN 1. La inscripción de visitantes comenzará 30 minutos antes del inicio de las horas de visita. Los visitantes no serán procesados después de las 8:30 pm. 2. Cada preso estará limitado a sola una visita de 30-minutos cada día. Solo el máximo de dos (2) adulto pueden visitar al mismo tiempo. No mas de dos (2) menores. 17 anos de edad o menor pueden visitar (máximo de 2 menores). – Cada preso puede recibir hasta tres (3) visitas cada…

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Immigration Consequences as they Relate to Juveniles and Juvenile Adjudications

By | Criminal, Immigration

The next question is if they effect the juvenile conviction–sort of the short version but except for crimes involving moral [inaudible] like shoplift and things like that or any other deportable offense I talked about this morning applies to juveniles as well as adults. So if he’s going to get convicted as a juvenile for unlawful carrying of a weapon or assault bodily injury, [inaudible] rehabilitation, possession with intent to deliver then it’s going to carry over with — its…

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Immigration Bonds Related to Criminal Convictions and Family Law Domestic Violence Voluntary Deportation and Removal

By | Criminal, Immigration

That’s why you have to go deal with feds and say — hey! My client can — you know — work with you guys but in exchange, we want an S visa while this is going to be going on because some of these I’m about to tell you — this can drag on the investigation drag on for a long, long time. So you apply for that and you’re buying some time. I had a client who was involved…

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Immigration Bonds Related to Criminal Convictions Part 2

By | Criminal, Immigration

What you will see now more of more of these and in the last five years — It is a part of post 9/11, the department of Homeland Security, emerge computers, with immigration in customs enforcements and customs and board patrol. So as result, people who are residents, have their green card. For years they have been going back and forth twice a year to go to see grandma and cousins and other family members across the border. No problems…

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Immigration Bonds Related to Criminal Convictions Part 1

By | Criminal, Immigration

In the hand outs — and you guys will get this later because the TCDay requests that we give you all, an app of motion. You will have when he you get everything you will have a G28 that is a notice of appearance that must be filed with the immigrate with ice and immigration custom imports and that’s the trial attorney’s part of it — whenever you ahh, are representing someone in immigration court or file an application on…

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Immigration Consequences of Criminal Convictions

By | Criminal, Immigration

When you have a non-US citizen client, whether he’s here legally or not, and your trying to go through your PDEA vs. Kentucky type of admonishments and figure out your–his situation. You want to go through these questions –and, in fact, when you get the hand out it’s not a bad idea to keep it in that file when you’re doing with the non-US citizen — you go through and ask them these questions. You are going to have it…

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Hipocresia del Consul ante los Inmigrantes

By | Criminal, Immigration

¡Que hipocresía la del cónsul! Y para el caso de la mayoría de la clase política de México. Se aprovechan del miedo de los inmigrantes mexicanos para obtener una ganancia política. ¿Dice que aquí en el consulado están para apoyarnos cuando para obtener una cita para algún trámite la tenemos que hacer con meses por adelantado y luego cuando llegamos nos tratan sin el menor respeto? Dicen que van a apoyar a los deportados cuando lo que han hecho por…

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