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Step-by-Step Guide to Subpoenas and Depositions in Immigration Court

May 8, 2012
Audio Seminar

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This 90-minute audio seminar was originally presented, May 8, 2012, from 2:00 pm-3:30 pm eastern time


Kick your removal defense up a notch! Subpoenas, subpoena duces tecum and depositions are all available in immigration court and may be just what you need for that special case. This program will give the forms, rules and practical guidance that will instantly enhance your courtroom arsenal.

  • No Discovery Rule? No Problem!
  • Subpoenas Preparation, Step-by-Step
  • Forcing Disclosure and Production from the Government
  • Discovery through Depositions
  • Remedies When Your Request Is Denied

Faculty

Raymond R. Bolourtchi (dl), Saint Louis, MO
Raymond R. Bolourtchi has achieved national recognition for his expertise in immigration and criminal defense matters. He represents clients seeking relief from removal in immigration courts nationwide, and in criminal matters and post conviction relief in state and federal courts. He is an author and lecturer on immigration consequences of criminal conduct and a frequent expert witness in civil and criminal cases. Raymond is an AILA member and speaks Spanish, French, Catalan, Farsi, and Italian.


Christine M. Hernandez, Denver, CO
Christine M. Hernandez is a senior associate attorney with Hernandez & Associates, P.C. She has been a member of AILA since 2005. She is currently a member of AILA National's EOIR Liaison Committee and AILA Colorado's EOIR Liaison Committee. She represents immigration clients before USCIS, EOIR, BIA, and the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 10th Circuit. She also represents clients in criminal proceedings before the various state and federal courts in Colorado.


Jeremy L. McKinney, AILA EOIR Committee, Greensboro, NC
Jeremy L. McKinney is a former Chapter Chair of the AILA Carolinas Chapter, and is a current member of AILA's Membership and EOIR Liaison Committees, and the North Carolina State Bar's Specialization Committee. Mr. McKinney graduated with a B.A. in English from Virginia Commonwealth University and a J.D. from Campbell University School of Law. He is a former captain and judge advocate in the North Carolina Army National Guard.

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