If you have been convicted of a crime that is now triggering deportation, there is no defense against or relief from removal. In some cases, immigration judges may have discretion to grant waivers of deportation for certain removable offenses. But even if they do, immigration authorities often decline to grant it in individual cases. That’s…

If you were convicted of a crime and served your time, you may still face many consequences of the conviction that impact your ability to move forward. Fortunately, there may be a legal remedy available to overturn your conviction and set it aside for exoneration: a Motion to Vacate Conviction, also known as Motion 440.10…

If you are held back from a job opportunity due to a past conviction, you may be able to regain your rights with a Certificate of Good Conduct in New York. Certain conditions must be met to remove the parts of a sentence which automatically disqualifies you from some privileges. Let’s explain what rights a…

Beginning October 7th, 2017, a new sealing law went into effect in New York state. Criminal Procedure Law 160.59 allows people who have been convicted in no more than two cases to apply to seal certain convictions from New York if the convictions fulfill specific requirements: Only one of the convictions can be a felony…

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