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Man faces criminal and immigration law issues after murder charge

When an immigrant is charged with a crime, a number of concerns could arise that others do not have to face when in the same predicament. When a person is facing a criminal and immigration law issue, it is wise to have professional help. Any misstep could have lasting repercussions.

One man in New Jersey may be worrying about his case on many levels after recently being charged with murder. The man was reported as being an undocumented immigrant and has had charges of felony murder, murder, aggravated sexual assault and kidnapping brought against him. The allegations stem from an alleged incident that took place in a park where authorities found the body of a 45-year-old woman. It was noted that police did not suspect foul play initially, and the woman's roommate had said that she went out for a jog and did not return.

Authorities apparently obtained video surveillance of the park and allegedly saw the suspect following the woman while she was running in the park. The medical examiner indicated that the cause of the woman's death was homicidal violence. At the time of the report, the man's arraignment and detention hearing was set for early April.

Criminal and immigration law are both tricky to navigate. The man accused in this New Jersey case certainly has a great deal on his mind and undoubtedly wonders what the case will mean for his livelihood in the United States. Still, he has the ability to defend against the allegations and gaining information on his rights may prove useful.

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