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State v. Nunez-Valdez

... Defendant filed a petition for post-conviction relief asserting that his counsel misinformed him that his plea would have no immigration consequences, and that if he had received accurate information about his rights and liabilities under immigration law, he would not have pled ...

State v. Fajardo-Santos

... The panel reasoned that because defendant's immigration status was known at the start of the case, and his possible removal was foreseeable, there was no change in circumstances justifying an increase in bail. ... ICE is responsible for enforcing the federal immigration laws. ...

Serrano v. Underground Util. Corp.

... inadequate wages to their workers. The protective order at issue restricts, in part, discovery of information relating to the immigration status of the named plaintiffs and of the other putative class members. For the reasons explained ...