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SAMPLE LEGAL CASES

State v. Tran

... At issue is whether Defendant is entitled to collaterally attack guilty pleas and no contest pleas he entered in December 1994, April 1996, and August 2000, on grounds that his attorneys failed to advise him of the specific immigration consequences of his pleas as required by ...

State v. Hinojosa

... After being placed in immigration removal proceedings, he sought to void the criminal judgment, arguing that his guilty plea was invalid on grounds of ineffective assistance of counsel under the standard enunciated in State v. Paredez, 2004-NMSC-036, 136 NM 533, 101 P.3d ...

State v. Barraza

... As part of Defendant's plea agreement, he recognized that the "conviction may have an effect upon [D]efendant's immigration or naturalization status." (Emphasis added.) On January 31, 2008, the district court accepted Defendant's no contest plea and sentenced Defendant to ...

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