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February 19, 2021
12:00-1:00PM

Crimmigration

Virtual Live-Streamed Webinar

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“CRIMMIGRATION” OUTLINE

  1. Introduction to “Crimmigration”
  2. Overview of the Immigration Court system

III.       Criminal Attorney advisals and obligations to non-US Citizen clients

  1. Padilla v. Kentucky
  2. Chaidez v. United States
  3. Lee v. United States
  4. State v. Romero
  5. Example in action
  6. Working with Immigration counsel
  7. sealing records
  8. vacating
  9. procedural defects in ORC 2943.031(A)
  10. Ohio Crim. R. 32.1
  11. example in action
  12. conviction vs. conviction
  13. removable crimes
  14. Federal agencies and reaction

VII.      Conclusion

 

Aleksandar Cuic
Mr. Cuic received his J.D. from Cleveland State University, Cleveland-Marshall College of Law.  He also received his MBA from Cleveland State.  Mr. Cuic also has a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Russian Language and Culture and a Bachelor of Science Degree in International Business from Bowling Green State University.  He is an Adjunct Professor at Case Western Reserve University School of Law.  He is the Supervisor of the Milton A. Kramer Law Center Immigration Clinic, and teaches Immigration Law II – Asylum and Refugee Law.  Mr. Curic is a partner at Brown Immigration Law in Cleveland.

 

Scott Bratton

Mr. Bratton received his J.D. from the University of Cincinnati College of Law.  He is a partner with Martin, Jolic & Bratton in Independence.  He handles immigrations cases for clients throughout the United States with a focus on removal defense and federal litigation.

 

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2021-02-19 2021-02-19 13:00:00 America/Detroit Crimmigration Online Registration is now open!  Register Now to download the registration form: 2021 Crimmigration Reg Form “CRIMMIGRATION” OUTLINE Introduction to “Crimmigration” Overview of the Immigration Court system III.       Criminal Attorney advisals and obligations to non-US Citizen clients Padilla v. Kentucky Chaidez v. United States Lee v. United States State v. Romero Example in action Working with Immigration counsel sealing records vacating procedural defects in ORC 2943.031(A) Ohio Crim. R. 32.1 example in action conviction vs. conviction removable crimes Federal agencies and reaction VII.      Conclusion   Aleksandar CuicMr. Cuic received his J.D. from Cleveland State University, Cleveland-Marshall College of Law.  He also received his MBA from Cleveland State.  Mr. Cuic also has a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Russian Language and Culture and a Bachelor of Science Degree in International Business from Bowling Green State University.  He is an Adjunct Professor at Case Western Reserve University School of Law.  He is the Supervisor of the Milton A. Kramer Law Center Immigration Clinic, and teaches Immigration Law II – Asylum and Refugee Law.  Mr. Curic is a partner at Brown Immigration Law in Cleveland.   Scott Bratton Mr. Bratton received his J.D. from the University of Cincinnati College of Law.  He is a partner with Martin, Jolic & Bratton in Independence.  He handles immigrations cases for clients throughout the United States with a focus on removal defense and federal litigation.   Virtual Live-Streamed Webinar