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State v. Hall

... On appeal, the defendant claims that the court abused its discretion in denying his motion because it failed to address him personally and determine that he fully understood the potential immigration consequences of his plea pursuant to General Statutes § 54-1j (a). We agree ...

In re Jaime S.

... In January, 2009, a two day hearing was held, which the respondent was not able to attend in person due to his detention by immigration authorities in New Mexico. ... On the second day, the immigration authorities prevented him from participating. ...

Asif v. Commissioner of Correction

... The petitioner appealed from the habeas court's judgment, claiming that he was deprived of the effective assistance of counsel because his trial attorney failed to advise him of the immigration consequences of his guilty pleas. ...

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