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Forrest v. State

... See State v. Green, 944 So.2d 208, 219 (Fla.2006) (providing a two-year window for raising claims of this type). Forrest's sworn motion alleged that his 1991 plea in this case was involuntary because the trial court failed to advise him that his plea may subject him to deportation. ...

Flores v. State

... deported. During the plea colloquy, the judge gave Flores the standard warning that the conviction 219 may result in deportation. Fla. R.Crim. P. 3.172(c)(8) (requiring court to verify before accepting plea that defendant understands ...

Dumenigo v. State

... The state's response states that, pursuant to section 237(a)(2)(c) of the Immigration and Nationality Act of 1952 ("INA"), Dumenigo is subject to deportation for a 1988 conviction, independent of his 1997 convictions. Dumenigo ...