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Texas case is one of two being used to define how far punishments of immigrants can go
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WASHINGTON – Possession of a small amount of cocaine is a misdemeanor under federal law. But in Texas, the crime is a felony — serious enough that it helped send Reymundo Toledo-Flores to prison for two years before he was deported to Mexico.

On Tuesday, the first day of arguments in the U.S. Supreme Court’s 2006-07 term, the justices will consider Toledo-Flores’ criminal case, along with that of a fellow Mexican national deported after a similar drug conviction in South Dakota. The issue before the court is whether the federal or the state view of the immigrants’ crimes should be used to decide their prison sentences and the terms of their deportation proceedings.

To decide, the justices will need to clarify a federal immigration law that once was aimed at ridding the country of foreigners convicted of crimes such as rape and murder but increasingly is being used by immigration authorities to deport those charged with relatively minor offenses, including drug possession and shoplifting.

“The idea was that when immigrants commit really serious crimes, we didn’t want them in the country,” said Magali Candler, a Houston lawyer who chairs the regional chapter of the American Immigration Lawyers Association. “But over the years, the immigration laws have been amended repeatedly and now they are written so broadly that an immigrant who commits a minor crime, even if they never served a day in jail, can be deported.”

Court records show that Toledo-Flores has repeatedly entered the United States illegally. He was deported last spring after serving his two-year sentence for felony illegal re-entry — a prison term that was lengthened because of his previous conviction in Harris County for possessing less than a gram of cocaine.

His lawyers are challenging his enhanced sentence before the Supreme Court, saying that because the drug possession charge would not be a felony under federal law, it should not have been used to increase Toledo-Flores’ sentence on the re-entry conviction. If he wins, Toledo-Flores would gain nothing, but his case could help other immigrants charged with similar crimes fight their sentences and deportations.

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Its real big would tell you later

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15 comments - What do you think?  Posted by - March 31, 2011 at 5:12 pm

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Q&A: Don’t trust this man. FUNNY or NOT?

Question by bon-bon: Don’t trust this man. FUNNY or NOT?
A man was chosen for jury duty who really wanted to be dismissed from serving. He tried every excuse he could think of but none of them worked.
On the day of the trial, he decided to give it one more shot. As the trial was about to begin, he asked if he could approach the bench.

“Your Honor,” he said, “I must be excused from this trial because I am prejudiced against the defendant. I took one look at the man in the blue suit with those beady eyes and that dishonest face and I said ‘He’s a crook! He’s guilty!’ So, your Honor, I cannot possibly stay on this jury!”

With a tired annoyance the judge replied, “Get back in the jury box, you fool. That man is the defendant’s lawyer.”

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yeah its kinda funny

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18 comments - What do you think?  Posted by - March 21, 2011 at 11:13 pm

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Q&A: My grandpa is cheating on my grandma…? Help me with figuring out this divorce….?

Question by Jasmine: My grandpa is cheating on my grandma…? Help me with figuring out this divorce….?
I’m a college student and do not know much about the divorce process and/or divorce lawyers. My “grandpa” (not by blood) drove my grandma into debt. It got so bad that their house is facing foreclosure and he sold back my grandma’s car without her permission. He came to my father asking for $ 10,000…. and ended up admitting to my father that he married ANOTHER woman while still married to my grandma. He asked my father not to tell anyone (which of course he told me and my mom)… and we are trying to figure out what we can do. I know my grandma would never want to hurt her husband, so we are afraid when we tell her she will just not be strong enough to pursue the divorce.

Since my grandma is in so much debt BECAUSE of her husband (We found out her purchased his new wife a ring for $ 10,000)… is there something a divorce lawyer can do to help out my grandma?

Also, how the heck did he manage to marry twice? And… he told my father that he never signed the new “marriage papers”… would there be a way to find evidence on this new marriage, even if perhaps it was never fully legalized? We know they married in a church close to their house…. can the church release those records?

I know this is so much, but any advice overnight would help. Thanks.

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Is this news article for or against Illegal Immigration in the U.S.A?

Question by new name: Is this news article for or against Illegal Immigration in the U.S.A?
AP IMPACT: Immigrants face detentions, few rights
America’s detention system for immigrants has mushroomed in the last decade, a costly building boom that was supposed to sweep up criminals and ensure that undocumented immigrants were quickly shown the door.

Instead, an Associated Press computer analysis of every person being held on a recent Sunday night shows that most did not have a criminal record and many were not about to leave the country _ voluntarily or via deportation.

An official Immigration and Customs Enforcement database, obtained under the Freedom of Information Act, showed a U.S. detainee population of exactly 32,000 on the evening of Jan. 25.

The data show that 18,690 immigrants had no criminal conviction, not even for illegal entry or low-level crimes like trespassing. More than 400 of those with no criminal record had been incarcerated for at least a year. A dozen had been held for three years or more; one man from China had been locked up for more than five years.

Nearly 10,000 had been in custody longer than 31 days _ the average detention stay that ICE cites as evidence of its effective detention management.

Especially tough bail conditions are exacerbated by disregard or bending of the rules regarding how long immigrants can be detained.

Based on a 2001 ruling by the U.S. Supreme Court, ICE has about six months to deport or release immigrants after their case is decided. But immigration lawyers say that deadline is routinely missed. In the system snapshot provided to the AP, 950 people were in that category.

The detainee buildup began in the mid 1990s, long before the 2001 attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon. Since 2003, though, Congress has doubled to $ 1.7 billion the amount dedicated to imprisoning immigrants, as furor over “criminal aliens” intertwined with post-9/11 fears and anti-immigrant political rhetoric.

But the dragnet has come to include not only terrorism suspects and cop killers, but an honors student who was raised in Orlando, Fla.; a convenience store clerk who begged to go back to Canada; and a Pentecostal minister who was forcibly drugged by ICE agents after he asked to contact his wife, according to court records.

Immigration lawyers note that substantial numbers of detainees, from 177 countries in the data provided, are not illegal immigrants at all. Many of the longest-term non-criminal detainees are asylum seekers fighting to stay here because they fear being killed in their home country. Others are longtime residents who may be eligible to stay under other criteria, or whose applications for permanent residency were lost or mishandled, the lawyers say.

Still other long-term detainees include people who can’t be deported because their home country won’t accept them or people who seemingly have been forgotten in the behemoth system, where 58 percent have no lawyers or anyone else advocating on their behalf.

ICE says detention is the best way to guarantee that immigrants attend court hearings and leave the country when ordered.

“It’s ensuring compliance, and if you look at the stats, for folks who are in detention, the stats are pretty darn high,” said ICE spokeswoman Cori Bassett.

By comparison though, most criminal suspects, even sometimes those accused of heinous offenses, are entitled to bail.

For detainees, ICE agents make an initial determination whether someone is eligible for bond. Federal law says most criminals, some asylum seekers, arriving immigrants who have problems with their documentation and those recently ordered removed from the country must remain in detention.

“We’re immigrants, and it makes it seem like it’s worse than a criminal,” said Sarjina Emy, a 20-year-old former honors student who spent nearly two years in a Florida lockup because her parents’ asylum claim was denied when she was a child. “I always thought America does so much for justice. I really thought you get a fair trial. You actually go to court. (U.S. authorities) know what they are doing. Now, I figured out that it only works for criminal citizens.”

Some advocates and lawyers complain that ICE often stretches the definition of non-bondable categories to keep immigrants in custody. Immigrants can appeal adverse determinations, but while their claim works through the court system, they remain jailed.

For example, Zoubir Bouchikhi, an Algerian imam who has lived legally in the United States for 11 years, said by phone from a Houston detention center that he was placed in custody early this year and classified as “an arriving alien,” making him ineligible for bail. A homeowner with several U.S.-born children, Bouchikhi said he last entered the United States in 2006, on a legal visa.

The use of detention to ensure immigrants show up for immigration court comes at a high cost compared to alternatives like electronic ankle moni

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Answer by Pinky
The article is not about illegal immigration, it is about HUMAN rights, illegal or legal. If you read well, not all detainees are illegals, and even if they ask to be deported, they do not deport them after all, costing $ $ $ to the US.
The article is trying to show that the goverment incarcerate a bunch of immigrants, without even bothering to prove their legal status:

“The data show that 18,690 immigrants had no criminal conviction, not even for illegal entry or low-level crimes like trespassing”

But wait a minute…if you search on YA, in the immigration section, you will see a bunch of people that are xenophobic, and will argue that:
illegals do not pay taxes, are lazy, get free education, are here ILLEGALY, are CRIMINALS…but the REAL DATA presents a different scenario. 18,690 did not had a crimal conviction (included entering illegaly), they do have jobs like any normal american=do not take welfare, so…why they took them away and incarcerated them without attorneys, bail, or even a hearing=why deny them some of the basic rights? the legal system just do not want anyone that knows a second language, that is brown or has other religion in this country…if you are different=you have to get out of the country asap, even if you are here legally.

Look at this:
“El tercero le fue incautado entre el 1992 y 1993 por las autoridades migratorias estadounidenses en el aeropuerto internacional de San Juan, Puerto Rico, para verificar su validez.”

this is an article about a puetorican that got stuck 11 years in dominican republic because the goverment (US) took his passport in the airport and in the US embassy denied all the evidence he had to prove he was a puertorican (all puertoricans are citizens)… is not the only case.

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Q&A: This is why they support the Immigration bill!?

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Question by Dan93: This is why they support the Immigration bill!?
You are about to see immigration lawyers screw over American IT workers and help corporations hire illegals, to replace the American workers and prevent them from being hired in the future.

Remember those politicians who supported the immigration bill. Remeber the likes of Ted Kennedy, Dennis Kucinich, McCain, Obama, Hilliary Clinton when they make another “save America jobs” speech, and lie to your face.

Do not let these traitorous rats distract you with th Iraq war, do not let them back into office.

Now if I can find videos of politicians explaining why they want the illegals vote to stay in power.
Remember most immigrants and illegals are here in the U.S to undercut and replace American workers, they want your job! How would they feel if Americans went to India or elsewhere and offered to work for less?

And to think that fellow Americans support this out of greed or self loathing hate AKA Socialism.
Yes typically the immigrant is under qualified. But that is not what matters. What matters is they cost less.

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10 comments - What do you think?  Posted by - March 10, 2011 at 6:27 am

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what is your opinion on this do you think it is fair??? 10pts for best answer please read thoroughly :)?

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Two middle-school students in Oregon are facing possible time in a juvenile jail and could have to register as sex offenders for smacking girls on the rear end at school.

Cory Mashburn and Ryan Cornelison, both 13, were arrested in February after they were caught in the halls of Patton Middle School, in McMinnville, Ore., slapping girls on the rear end. Mashburn told ABC News in a phone interview that this was a common way of saying hello practiced by lots of kids at the school, akin to a secret handshake.

The boys spent five days in a juvenile detention facility and were charged with several counts of felony sex abuse for what they and their parents said was merely inappropriate but not criminal behavior.

The local district attorney has since backed off — the felony charges have been dropped and the district attorney said probation would be an appropriate punishment. The Mashburns’ lawyer said prosecutors offered Cory a plea bargain that would not require him to register as a sex offender, which the family plans to reject.

But the boys, if convicted at an Aug. 20 trial, still face the possibility of some jail time or registering for life as sex offenders.

The boys’ families and lawyers said even sentencing them to probation would turn admittedly inappropriate but not uncommon juvenile rowdiness into a crime. If they are convicted of any of the misdemeanor charges against them, they would have to register as sex offenders.

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“It’s devastating,” said Mark Lawrence, Cory Mashburn’s lawyer. “To be a registered sex offender is to be designated as the most loathed in our society. These are young boys with bright futures, and the brightness of those futures would be over.”

Cory Mashburn said he and Ryan Cornelison slapped each others’ and other kids’ bottoms every Friday. “Lots of kids at school do that,” he said.

Cory and Ryan were brought to the principal’s office Feb. 22, where they were questioned by school officials and a police officer. They were arrested that day and taken in handcuffs to a juvenile detention facility.

Court papers said the boys touched the buttocks of several girls, some of whom said this made them uncomfortable. The papers also said Cory touched a girl’s breasts. But police reports filed with the court said other students, both boys and girls, slapped each other on the bottom.

“It’s like a handshake we do,” one girl said, according to the police report.

The boys were initially charged with five counts of felony sexual abuse. At a court hearing, two of the girls recanted, saying they never felt threatened or inappropriately touched by the boys. The judge released the boys but barred them from returning to school and required that they be under constant adult supervision.

District Attorney Bradley Berry has since dismissed the felony counts. The boys face 10 misdemeanor charges of harassment and sexual abuse. They face a maximum of up to one year in a juvenile jail on each count, though Berry said there was no way the boys would ever serve that much time.

“An appropriate sentence would be probation,” he said. “These are minor misdemeanor charges that reflect repeated contact against multiple victims. We never intended for them to get a long time in detention.”

“We’re not seeking major penalties,” he said. “We’re seeking change in conduct.”

‘We Just Want This to Be Over’ Tracie Mashburn, Cory’s mother, said they will not accept plea and plan to fight the charges.

The arrests, critics said, reflect a trend toward criminalizing adolescent sexual behavior. Between 1998 and 2002, juvenile arrests for sex offenses other than rape or prostitution rose 9 percent — the only kind of juvenile arrests that rose during that time, according to the Bureau of Justice Statistics.

“More and more, they are criminalizing normal adolescent or preadolescent behavior,” said Chuck Aron, co-chairman of the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers juvenile justice committee.

Even probation, the Mashburns and their attorney said, would be too severe a punishment.

Julie McFarlane, a supervising attorney at the Juvenile Rights Project in Portland, Ore., said, “Probation for a sex offense is very difficult thing, and there’s a pretty high failure rate.” Failing to meet the terms of probation could mean the boys would be sent to jail.

Depending on the terms of probation, it’s likely that the boys would not be allowed to have sexual contact with anyone or any contact with younger children, McFarlane said. For Cory Mashburn, that would mean he couldn’t be left alone with his younger siblings.

“It’s been awful,” said Cory’s mother. “We just want this to all be over. But it will never go away. We’ll always remember it.”

Berry, the district attorney, said the victims — the girls who were touched — were being overlooked. “What’s been lost in this whole thing are the victims, who have been pressured enormously by these boys’

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that’s stupid. Guys at my school smack my butt alll the time. and i dont enjoy it but its like whatever because boys will be boys. it was inappropriate but not criminal behavior. i think they should just write a letter of appology to the girls and just stop. because you’d have to arrest alottt of boys because practically all boys do that. i mean there are people getting RAPED out there, you shouldnt make a bigg deal out of middle school boys smacking girls’ butts. they’re going through puberty and you dont know if the girls just wanted to get them in trouble. in my opinion, everyone’s overreacting.

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