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People v. Delvillar

... 333 Scott D. Pollock, Kathryn R. Weber, and Christina J. Murdoch, of Scott D. Pollock & Associates, PC, and Stephen L. Tyma, all of Chicago, for amici curiae Chicago Chapter of the American Immigration Lawyers Association et al. OPINION. ...

People v. Rajagopal

... practices. At sentencing, defendant was admonished by the court that "we make no promises or representations concerning what immigration may or may not do" with respect to defendant's status as a noncitizen. [1] The court ...

People v. Bilelegne

... The court went on to state: "The Court also finds that the 725 ILCS 5/113-8, with regard to discussing issues related to immigration, is collateral issues. It does not go to whether or not Mr. Sisay knowingly and voluntarily pleaded guilty. ...