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SAMPLE LEGAL CASES

People v. Williams

... Thereafter, as defendant's conviction was related to a controlled substance, the Immigration and Naturalization Service commenced deportation proceedings against him (see 8 USC § 1227 [a] [2] [B] [i]). Defendant subsequently moved to vacate the judgment of conviction ...

People v. Gravino

... Specifically, we concluded that the trial court was under no duty to warn the defendant of the possibility of deportation before accepting his guilty plea [3] because "[d]eportation [was] a collateral consequence of conviction ... ...

People v. Bennett

... ADA Braun submitted a supplemental affirmation in opposition dated May 11, 2010, in light of the recent decision by the United States Supreme Court in Padilla v Kentucky (559 US ___, 130 S Ct 1473 [2010]), which held that advice regarding deportation falls within the ambit of ...