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SAMPLE LEGAL CASES

Neufville v. State

... The applicant further alleged that counsel did not explain the immigration consequences of these convictions. The applicant was born in Liberia in February 1983, but has lived in the 610 United States since he was two-and-a-half years old. ... II. Immigration Consequences. ...

Rodrigues v. State

... Furthermore, applicant contends that counsel failed to inform her about potential immigration consequences resulting from the plea. [4] We deem applicant's arguments without merit and affirm the judgment of the Superior Court. ... 2. Immigration Consequences. ...

Azevedo v. State

... He alleged that his attorney instructed him to answer questions untruthfully, that he did not adequately discuss the charges with his attorney, and that he was not advised about the immigration consequences of a conviction. ...