Client in Immigration Detention. Incorrect Conviction Attributed to His Criminal Record! Motion to Verify Identity and Correct Record Granted! Judicial Clearance Provided!

Recently, in Los Angeles County at the Clara Shortridge Foltz Courthouse our office successfully litigated a motion to verify identity and correct the record.

Our client is currently being detained in federal immigration detention pending removal out of the United States. As a basis for his removal, our client’s federal criminal record contained a conviction in which he was not the true defendant convicted of the crime. Our client hired our office to verify with the court that he is not the correct defendant associated with the conviction and to correct the record in order to assist him with his immigration matter.

Our office was able to gather documentation showing that the conviction was falsely attributed to our client and we filed a motion with the court showing that our client was not the true defendant. At the hearing, we asked that the court re-issue a judicial clearance form indicating that our client was not the defendant convicted in the underlying case.

Our client can now take this proof and use it in his immigration removal proceedings to show that the conviction in this matter is not his!

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