Helping Immigrant Clients With Proposition 47 and Other Post-Conviction Legal Options

Helping Immigrant Clients With Proposition 47 and Other Post-Conviction Legal Options

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When an immigrant commits a crime, they are held accountable just like other Californians, but criminal convictions — even for low-level, nonviolent crimes — can have far more long-term consequences for immigrants than for citizens. In fact, in terms of public safety, it is important to consider the long-term impact of destabilizing families when someone is deported due to contact with the criminal justice system. Immigration Tool Kit

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