What to Do When Your Client Gets Arrested for a Criminal Matter-Downloadable Recording
What to Do When Your Client Gets Arrested for a Criminal MatterThis 90 minute audio seminar was recorded live on May 8, 2014, from 2:00 pm-3:30 pm eastern time.
Your client has just been arrested and you get a frantic call from a family member. What can an attorney do, by acting quickly, to help secure the release of the individual? Should you advise the family to pay the state bail quickly to try for a release before an ICE detainer? What considerations should be made in dealing with a detention issue? Learn the practical skills of how to get that client out of custody.
- The Immigration Detainer and What It Means to Your Client
- "To Pay or Not to Pay" That State Bail When a Detainer Is Lodged: Controlling the Entry of Your Client Into ICE Custody
- 48 Hours --When Does the Clock Start and What Do You Do When Your Client Is STILL Not Released and ICE Hasn't Taken Custody?
- G-28 Issues and Contacting ICE About Your Client
- Discovering and Analyzing the State Charges and Possible Immigration Relief
- The Immigration Bond Process
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