Monthly Archives: September 2013

FIVE IMMIGRATION FACTS EVERY JUDGE AND ATTORNEY SHOULD KNOW AND ONE SUGGESTED BEST PRACTICE (13-13) (OLD VERSION – SEE 13-13 DATED MARCH 7, 2014 FOR UPDATED VERSION)

There are many conviction and sentencing factors that can have a dramatic impact on the deportation status of a non-citizen defendant. This update covers five of the most common problems that every judge and attorney should be aware of.

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https://blogpendleton.files.wordpress.com/2014/06/pendleton13-13-five_immigration_facts.pdf

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OFFICIAL COURT REPORTERS – TEN BASIC RULES EVERY JUDGE SHOULD FOLLOW (13-12)

Other than a spouse or family member, there are few people judges spend more time with than their court reporters. The personal and professional relationship between a judge and their court reporter is extremely unique. In addition to being responsible for maintaining the official court record, court reporters are also privy to highly confidential and sensitive material. Court reporters are highly trained dedicated professionals and deserve to be treated as such. The following is a list of ten (10) personal and professional practices to help new judges develop a relationship with their court reporter that is based on mutual trust and respect.

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