AILA Releases Sixth Edition of Text on Immigration and Crimes
Christopher Stender is an immigration attorney with over two decades of experience. Currently, he represents clients through his San Diego-based law firm. As a longtime immigration attorney, Christopher Stender also stays abreast of immigration-related updates disseminated by professional groups like the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA).
In a recent press release, the AILA announced the release of the sixth edition of its Immigration Consequences of Criminal Activity: A Guide to Representing Foreign-Born Defendants. The text is designed as a resource for attorneys who wish to remain informed on the latest developments in criminal immigration law. Written by Mary E. Kramer, a criminal immigration law expert, the volume includes a comprehensive exploration of federal case law, as well as reader-friendly dialogue on the most significant matters associated with this complex sphere of law.
The newly issued sixth edition is updated with examinations of central precedent decisions in the areas of criminal law and immigration, including Descamps, Moncrieffe, Taylor, Johnson, and Apprendi. Featuring an updated layout, the text provides overviews of cases from start to finish, which facilitates the process of preparing pleas and other crucial documents.