Deportation Is Different: Noncitizens and Ineffective Assistance of Counsel

McDermid, Lea
May 2001
California Law Review;May2001, Vol. 89 Issue 3, p741
Academic Journal
Criticizes the immigration law implemented in the United States, which governs the claims of noncitizens regarding the failure of a counsel to inform them the risk of deportation. Summary of the case law on ineffective assistance of counsel; Significance of the changes in the immigration laws in 1996; Requirements for effective representation of noncitizens.


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