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Representing the Immigrant Client in Criminal Cases

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Tuesday, January 16, 2018
12:00 PM - 01:00 PM
Eastern Standard Time


Bring your lunch and join us for in-depth discussions of hot topics, emerging issues, and practice pointers in criminal law. All seminars are worth one credit for attorneys accepting criminal appointments. Some seminars may be worth credit for attorneys accepting juvenile appointments.

 

Speaker: Russell R. Abrutyn, Esq., Abrutyn Law PLLC

 

Abrutyn,
Russell R. Abrutyn

 

Course Description: In the 2010 case of Padilla v. Kentucky, the United States Supreme Court set forth the obligations of defense counsel representing non-citizen clients: criminal defense attorneys have an obligation to advise their clients about the risk of deportation inherent in a guilty plea. Since Padilla, the Supreme Court has ruled on several other cases regarding the rights of immigrant defendants in criminal proceedings. Our speaker, who has appeared in immigration and federal court on behalf of immigrant clients, will present an update on the intersection of criminal and immigration law. Topics of discussion will include:

  • Padilla v. Kentucky and Jae Lee v. U.S., the right of non-citizen defendants to receive advice about the immigration consequences of a plea and establishing prejudice.
  • HYTA, 7411, and other dispositions in Michigan that are convictions for immigration purposes.
  • Common grounds of removal.
  • Immigration consequences of convictions beyond removal: Adam Walsh Act, admissibility, and naturalization.

This is the first seminar in a 10-part criminal law seminar series. These seminars will be presented later this year:

February 20, 2018     Pre-Trial Reform: An Analysis of Local and National Trends
Barbara M. Hankey, M.S.A.; Oakland County Community Corrections
Eric P. Schmidt; Chief of Field Operations, Oakland County Community Corrections

March 20, 2018     Firearm Laws and Regulations     
Lt. Mark Stout, West Bloomfield Police Department
Phillip D. Oppenheim, Agent (ret.); Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives
 
April 17, 2018     Trial Tactics: Character Evidence
Jeffrey S. Hall, Esq.; Fried Saperstein Abbatt P.C. 
 
May 15, 2018     Trial Tactics: Cross-Examining a Snitch
Jerome Sabbota, Esq.; Ribitwer & Sabbota, LLP 
 
June 19, 2018     Mastering the Hearsay Rule and its Exceptions
Judge David M. Lawson, U.S. District Court - Eastern District of Michigan
 
August 21, 2018     Representing the Client with Driver’s License Sanctions 
Judge Derek Meinecke, 44th District Court
Daniel J. Larin, Esq.; Daniel J. Larin P.C.
 
September 18, 2018     Accident Reconstruction Reports in Criminal Cases
Timothy P. Robbins, Michigan State Police and M-CRASH Group LLC
 
October 16, 2018    Post-Verdict Consquences of a NGBRI or GBMI Plea
Judge Kathleen A. Ryan; Chief Judge, Oakland County Probate Court
James A. Lee, LLMSW, CADC; Reliance Counseling Services, LLC
 
November 20, 2018    The Intersection of Criminal and Juvenile Law

Nadine R. Hatten, Esq.; Nadine R. Hatten P.C.
 

Fees: Register before January 15, 2018, for best price!

OCBA Members Pre-Registration – $12 for each seminar or $100 for all 10 seminars
OCBA Members At the Door – $25 for each seminar

Non-Members Pre-Registration - $25 for each seminar
Non-Members At the Door - $40 for each seminar

Register at Criminal Brown BagPre-registration is recommended since seating is limited. Pre-registration for this seminar and for the members-only 10-seminar package ends January 15, 2018. 

 

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