Prosecutorial Discretion: How to Deal Effectively with ICE and CBP-CD
Prosecutorial Discretion: How to Deal Effectively with ICE and CBP
This 60 minute session was recorded at the AILA Annual Conference in June 2012.
Your client is detained by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) or by U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) at a port of entry, now what do you do? This panel will discuss how and who to contact and ways to effectively invoke the government's use of prosecutorial discretion. The panel will review and discuss governmental use of prosecutorial discretion and local trends in various jurisdictions.
- How to Locate Clients and How to Deal with ICE/CBP Officers at the Beginning of a Case
- Best Practices and Timing for Using Prosecutorial Discretion Effectively
- Limitations of Prosecutorial Discretion
- Delegation of Discretion Authority to ICE Trial Attorneys—Is It Working?
- Morton Memo One Year Later; Local Trends
CLE credit is available in most jurisdictions for this OnDemand session. Please visit the webCLE AC OnDemand Module for specific details on your jurisdiction and for specialized credit information. Instructions for reporting your credits and obtaining certificates will be included in your written materials.
Not eligible for CLE credit in the following states: AL, AR, IA, MN, RI, and TN.
Not eligible for CLE credit in CD format in the following states: IN, MS, and SC. Credit is available for the Download format.
Attention Idaho, North Dakota, and Puerto Rico attorneys. Attorneys must apply individually for approval of recorded programs. Credits are typically approved.
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