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Immigrants have more on the line when facing arrest

Moving to a new country can be difficult for anyone. Though numerous immigrants may feel that they can build better lives in New Jersey and other parts of the United States, the transition can still be difficult. Their lives may only become more complicated if they end up under arrest and convicted for a crime. Unfortunately, immigrants have more on the line in such scenarios.

Immigrant facing criminal charges and ICE scrutiny

The details of any given criminal case could make it more complicated. For instance, if a person is an immigrant believed to be in the country illegally, his or her status could also play a role in the criminal outcomes of the case. As a result, someone facing this type of trouble may need to closely assess his or her legal options.

Defense, appeals important for criminal, immigration cases

Any type of criminal case can have its complications. When the accused person is also an immigrant in the United States, the case can have even more serious implications. In some instances, a person could be at risk for deportation if a conviction for allegations comes against him or her. Of course, it is important to understand that presenting a defense can go a long way toward successfully resolving such cases.

Immigration issues likely for MLB player facing criminal charge?

Individuals may come to New Jersey and other parts of the United States for professional reasons. However, coming to the country to work does not offer additional protection from possible immigration issues if a person is accused of a crime. Of course, each case is different, and if a person faces a criminal charge, understanding how immigration status could be affected is wise.

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.

Immigration concerns often coincide with criminal charges

Individuals who have come to live in the United States from other countries often have more concerns than people who were born in New Jersey and other parts of the country. In particular, if an immigrant is accused of a crime, he or she faces a serious ordeal. Not only does that person have to worry about the punishments that a conviction could have but also the effects a conviction or even an arrest could have on immigration status.

Crimmigration case begins after woman allegedly grabs MAGA hat

When a person carries out a rash action, it is possible that criminal charges could result, even if the situation does not seem that serious. If the person charged is also an immigrant in New Jersey or other parts of the United States, it is possible for his or her immigration status to come into question. As a result, a so-called crimmigration case could begin.

Are crimmigration statistics as scary as some claim?

Many people worry about immigrants in the United States committing crimes, and the immigrants themselves often worry about the repercussions they may face if charged with a crime. Certainly, their immigration status could be negatively affected, and it is important to handle matters of crimmigration in New Jersey seriously. It is also important to understand the statistics relating to immigration and crime rates.

Should noncitizens get a jury trial for misdemeanors?

This question is one in the middle of a heated debate, particularly on the East Coast. There, a current case is working its way through the court systems. The state convicted a man of many assault and harassment crimes. His charges were misdemeanor offenses, but due to his immigration status could result in his deportation.

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