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H. Raymond Fasano article on analyzing criminal statues from an immigration law perspective featured in the current issue of The Federal Lawyer

Every lawyer on Staff at Youman, Madeo & Fasano is a member of the Federal Bar Association, FBA.

Federal Bar Association Mission Statement

The mission of the Association is to strengthen the federal legal system and administration of justice by serving the interests and the needs of the federal practitioner, both public and private, the federal judiciary and the public they serve. http://www.fedbar.org/About-Us/FBA-Mission.aspx

Federal Bar Association Vision Statement

The Association will be recognized as the premier bar association serving the federal practitioner and judiciary. http://www.fedbar.org/About-Us/FBA-Mission.aspx

In the current issue of the official publication of the FBA, Mr. Fasano authored a feature article entitled “The New Era of Crimmigration Requires a Fundamental Knowledge of How to Read a Conviction Through Immigration Law Lenses.” The article explains in a fundamental manner how to interpret criminal statute in determining whether there are immigration consequences to a proposed plea. The article is a must read if you or someone you know faces a criminal prosecution. We encourage you to share it with your criminal attorney.

Here is a link to the article:

features-octnov14.pdf

 

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