CHRCL Free Thursday, 10/19 @ 12 PM PST Webinar Registration Form
Webinar: How to win the release of Clients arrested by ICE
Thursday, October 19, 2017 @ 12 PM PST
Description
When a client is in detention, one of the most important things that can be done for their case and for them personally is to secure their release from detention. We will discuss issues pertaining to detention and the advantages of securing release for your client. This webinar will address how to prepare immigrant communities for bond hearings in case members of the community are ever arrested. We will also discuss the wide range of evidence lawyers and accredited representatives should present at bond hearings and the importance of offering evidence to show your clients are prima facie eligible for some form of relief from deportation. We will also address appeals from bond decisions and the Government's claimed ability to stay Immigration Judge's decisions to release immigrants. Nothing is more important to an arrested immigrant than securing his or her release from custody. Advocates must be prepared to fully litigate bond hearings to secure the prompt release of their clients.

Members of the California Bar will receive CLE credits for attending.

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