Saint Clair Shores Immigration Lawyer, Michigan
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David J. Franks
Immigration, Government Contract, Labor Law, Contract
Status: In Good Standing Licensed: 43 Years
Trisha Rose Tarjeft
Contract, Divorce, Immigration, Criminal
Status: In Good Standing Licensed: 11 Years
Michael R. Wrathell
Deportation, Criminal, Business, Animal Bite
Status: In Good Standing Licensed: 31 Years
Joseph T. Ozormoor
Accident & Injury, Employment, Immigration, Lawsuit & Dispute, Real Estate
Status: In Good Standing Licensed: 35 Years
Sean A. Blume
Juvenile Law, Deportation, Trusts, Divorce
Status: In Good Standing Licensed: 21 Years
Immigration, Divorce, Business, Personal Injury
Status: In Good Standing Licensed: 26 Years
Anthony Lawrence Misuraca
Traffic, Deportation, Social Security, Administrative Law
Status: In Good Standing Licensed: 15 Years
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SAMPLE LEGAL CASES
In re B and J
... Before these issues could be remedied, however, respondents were detained by United States Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) officials  and deported to Guatemala. It is evident from the record that petitioner, itself, reported respondents to ICE. ...
People v. BUTIRUS
... Subsequently, the United States Supreme Court held that a criminal defense attorney must "advise a noncitizen client that pending criminal charges may carry a risk of adverse immigration consequences." Padilla v. Kentucky, 559 US ___, 130 S.Ct. ...
People v. Gomez
... The issue on appeal is whether Padilla v Kentucky, ___ US ___; 130 S Ct 1473; 176 L Ed 2d 284 (2010), applies retroactively to allow defendant to avoid the potential immigration consequences of his plea-based conviction. ...