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"Prosecutorial Discretion in Immigration Cases", Harlan York

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Uploaded on Jan 17, 2012

Link to Lawline CLE Seminar:
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Course Description:
In this CLE program, immigration attorney Harlan York provides a helpful introduction to prosecutorial discretion in immigration enforcement. Mr. York explains the significance of the 1996 Amendments and how they shifted more aspects of the deportation decision-making back to ICE. Additionally, he compares and contrasts prosecutorial discretion in the immigration and criminal contexts. The course also covers the reactions to the Meissner memo, and particularly, the factors in all cases concerning whether or not to issue a charging document against a non-citizen. Additionally, Mr. York provides his insights into the 2011 Morton and Vincent Memo's ranking of prosecutorial priorities, and sheds light on who is and is not an "enforcement priority." This program is a must see for all immigration practitioners who want to stay up-to-date with the hot topics in their fields.

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