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would she will be able to came in to the US?! if not what they gonna do?

Question by I_belong_to_me: would she will be able to came in to the US?! if not what they gonna do?
. my best friend was convected in class 1 misdemeanor embezzlement “moral turpitude”under 200$ anyways she played guilty to one charge and the maximum sentence is12 months the judge only sentence her to 60 days in jail all was suspended?! the lawyer who was hired by the court didn’t tell as she is gonna have a problem in emigration. I contact the emigration lawyer. and he said he cant do nothing because shes a GC holder and she may get deported and took to jail. I contact the criminal lawyer he told as she would not be deported because the crime was up to 12 months not more. and it was the first. but she wanted to able to travel aboard. the lawyer told as that she may have a problem coming in if she travel. but they cant deport her. but the Q is why would they stop her from coming in. and if they DID what they gonna do to her?!

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Answer by Marc G
Well, they could stop her from entering the US because she is a convicted criminal and not a US citizen, and is therefore undesirable in the eyes of the US government. I’m not saying that they will, just that they might, so if I were your friend I would stay in the US. If they DID stop her, the worst case is that they would deny her entry into the US and they would place her (at her expense) on the next plane back to the country she came from.

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Are terrorists that are tried in civilian courts going to be able to claim they were not given their Miranda?


by stargonautone

Question by John: Are terrorists that are tried in civilian courts going to be able to claim they were not given their Miranda?
rights?

Regular people in civilian courts get off scott free if they were not read their rights before questioning and given the opportunity to talk to a lawyer.

“Khalid Sheikh Mohammed is going to meet justice and he’s going to meet his maker,” White House spokesman Robert Gibbs said on Sunday.

How can you have a fair civilian trial without the presumption off innocent until proven guilty? Couldn’t a sharp lawyer use the White Houses statements against the prosecution and say that the government has made it impossible for a fair trial?

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Answer by Cactus Jack
Probably not. If Miranda rights are not read that does not taint the entire case. Most courts will just not let the prosecutor use incriminating evidence from the accused before he got a lawyer if he was not informed of his right to a lawyer.

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