Mar
14

WLG Newsletter: "Domestic Assault-Fear: No Longer a Safe Plea for Non-Citizens"

WLG published a "crimmigration" newsletter in July 2013 which discussed the immigration consequences of pleading guilty to a "Domestic Assault-Fear" charge.  Below is the text in full.  A PDF version is available here:  137-105-wlg-newsletter-domestic-assault-fear-no-longer-safe-plea-non-citizens.pdf

Domestic Assault-Fear: No Longer a Safe Plea for Non-Citizens

July 2013

The attorneys at Wilson Law Group, leading practitioners of immigration law in North America, have encountered an important development affecting noncitizen defendants that has surfaced in the last few months....

Mar
14

WLG Newsletter: "Is there a Safe Plea for Non-Citizens Charged with Solicitation of Prostitution?"

Wilson Law Group published its second newsletter discussing the intersection of criminal and immigration law.  The full text is below.  A PDF version is available at  138-107-wlg-newsletter-there-safe-plea-non-citizens-charged-solicitation-prostitution.pdf

Is there a Safe Plea for Non-Citizens Charged with Solicitation of Prostitution?

February 2014

THIS POSTING IS UPDATED.  Click here to learn the latest developments.   

Happy New Year, and welcome to the latest Wilson Law Group Newsletter.  In our July 2013 issue, Wilson Law Group addressed domestic assault.  In this edition, we...

Oct
28

WLG Newsletter: Arrests of Non-citizens and the Right to Consular Notification: Did Law Enforcement Comply?

WLG's latest installment of our newsletter, which focuses on the intersection of criminal and immigration law, has arrived!  You may read the full article below or view the full PDF here:  198-167-wilson-law-group-newsletter-arrests-non-citizens-and-right-consular-notification.did-law-enforcement-comply.pdf

Arrests of Non-citizens and the Right to Consular Notification: Did Law Enforcement Comply?     

Welcome to the latest Wilson Law Group Newsletter.  In this edition, we focus on the right foreign nationals have to speak with a representative from his or her consulate upon arrest or...