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Immigration – No Claim for Absent Spanish Translation (access required)

U.S. v. Lopez-Collazo (Lawyers Weekly No. 001-099-16, 33 pp.) (Traxler, J.) No. 15-4312, June 1, 2016; USDC at Baltimore, Md. (Hollander, J.) 4th Cir. Holding: Even though there was no Spanish translation of removal charges for a defendant from Mexico charged with illegal reentry into the U.S., he still would have been removed to Mexico, the ...

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