ICLE | Collateral Consequences of Criminal Convictions
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Collateral Consequences of Criminal Convictions
On-Demand Seminar (Posted 05/09/17) | CLE: 0.5 | Level: Intermediate
    

Beyond fines, probation, jail, or prison, criminal defense lawyers should advise their clients on the collateral consequences of a conviction, including potential issues with employers or their immigration status. Negotiate a plea deal that will minimize these collateral consequences and ensure your client has all the information they need to make decisions about their future.

  • Negotiate a plea deal that won't result in deportation or inadmissibility
  • Provide your client with an opinion letter from an immigration or employment lawyer
  • Determine when an expunged offense should be disclosed to an employer
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Heather Garvock talks to ICLE’s John Swift about advising noncitizen criminal defendants when entering a...
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