- Bernalillo County DA plans to try less cases, focus on ‘worst of the worst’
- Lawyer Responds To Veto Of Solitary Confinement Limits
- Martinez vetoes solitary reform, 'ban the box' bills
- Governor Martinez vetoes solitary confinement bill
- Solitary confinement suits cost New Mexico counties millions
- Attorneys don't want ICE agents waiting outside of courthouses
- Groups troubled by Downtown ICE arrests
- Bill would change handling of some nonviolent offenses
- Public defenders underfunded, association president says
- Continuing Legal Education
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What Immigrants Can Expect in Trump's America
An Immigration Lawyer's Prediction by Olsi Vrapi, Noble & Vrapi PA, Albuquerque
On the day after the election there was a lot of shock and dismay in the immigrant community. Our firm received many calls from both clients and prospective clients who were scared and had many doubts about what the future would hold in Trump's America. We take this opportunity to speculate about what may or may not happen around immigration policy and enforcement. Please take everything with a grain of salt, as no one knows what is bound to happen, perhaps not even Trump himself.
Things will change for sure, but nothing so drastic that the world as we know it will end. There are many things immigrants can do to prepare for eventual changes. The key is to act: Do something about your situation now; do not wait and see what happens...
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