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People v. Kim

... with this plea, defendant personally executed a written waiver of rights and placed his initials next to several statements, including this one: "I understand that if I am not a citizen of the United States a plea of `Guilty'/`No Contest' could result in deportation, exclusion from ...

People v. Villa

... At that time, he was told the Immigration and Naturalization Service (INS) [1] had not placed a deportation hold on him, although the prosecutor noted that there 1067 "[s]hould be" one. ... The only basis for his detention and pending deportation was his 1989 conviction. ...

People v. Segura

... Prior to entering his plea, defendant waived his constitutional rights and acknowledged that if he was not a citizen of the United States, the one-year jail term would qualify the offense as an "aggravated felony" under federal law and require his deportation. ...