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Asylum granted to victim of gang violence
Today Attorney Flavia Moody won an asylum case in which our client was
the victim of gang-related violence in her home country. She and her daughter
will now be allowed to stay safely in the U.S.
Negligent Homicide turned to Reckless Operation
Reduction of Charges -
Today in court attorney James Spokes got our client's charges reduced
from Negligent Homicide down to Reckless Operation with a $250 fine.
Cancellation of Removal Granted
October 2016, Mexican National granted Cancellation of Removal by the Immigration
Judge in the Oakdale Immigration Court. Represented by Paul "Woody" Scott.
Adjustment of Status Success
To date, we have helped hundreds of our clients receive green cards through
adjustment of status!
Dismissal of marijuana charges
Today, our attorney James Spokes was able to successfully argue that the
charges of possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia
should be dismissed. Congrats to him and our client, who no longer has
these charges hanging over his head.
Granted Cancellation of Removal and Release from ICE custody
We're happy to announce that our client was just released from ICE
custody after the immigration judge granted him cancellation of removal.
After spending almost a year in jail he gets to return to his four kids
who have missed him dearly.
Asylum granted from Mexico after persecution based on sexual orientation
Our client was granted asylum by the Board of Immigration Appeals. She
was persecuted in her home country in Mexico for her sexual orientation.
The Immigration Judge denied her asylum claim, but the appeals court reversed
and granted asylum for her. She can now live a peaceful and prosperous
life in the United States!
Personal Injury Claims for $100,000
James Spokes represented our client, Maria, in a personal injury case.
Today, we settled the case for policy limits of $100,000.00.
Felony aggravated battery charges dismissed in Jefferson Parish
Congratulations to our client had a felony aggravated battery dismissed
in Jefferson Parish. Pending felony charges were weighing heavily on our
client, we are overjoyed that he starts this weekend vindicated of any
Mexican National granted cancellation of removal and allowed to return home to family.
After being convicted of possession of cocaine in 2012 a Mexican National,
who is a lawful permanent resident was placed in deportation proceedings.
After a trial on the merits the Immigration Judge granted the cancellation
of removal and our client was allowed to return home to his family.