Crimmigration Presentation at Tarrant County Bar 2016

Presentation at CrimmigrationContinuing Education 2016 Tarrant County Bar Association Office I simply stole this from the paper. I believe it provides great advice on both sides of the Immigration Issue. Criminal defense lawyers needs to consult and expert as soon as possible. Unfortunately, attorneys allow their desire to avoid ineffective assistance claims or grievances to conflict with their duty to remain loyal to their clients. Always, be mindful of how what you put on the record can be used against your client. Also, remember your client must give consent for you to disclose attorney-client conversations. The criminal defense attorney is responsible for advising her client. This is not a responsibility that can be delighted or abandoned. Unfortunately, sometimes clients are […]

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Immigration Intersecting with Criminal Law

Thanks Texas A&M School of Law Immigration Law Initiative Immigration Intersecting with Criminal Law I was privileged to speak today at Texas A&M School of Law regarding how criminal law intersects with immigration law. The event was well organized and the panel included two other fine lawyers. First, I must say that the moderator of the panel, Associate Dean Huyen Pham, was a delight and honor to meet. Her experience and education is astounding, and the law school is certainly well served with her serving as a faculty member and an administrator. The students attending the event asked poignant questions and received the speakers with great hospitality. I urge anyone invited to take the opportunity to speak to Texas A&M […]

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