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Immigration – Aggravated Felon – Reckless Endangerment Conviction (access required)

A Jordanian national and permanent resident can be deported from the U.S. as an aggravated felon who was convicted of reckless endangerment, which qualified as a “crime of violence,” and petitioner has no claim for a due process violation based on his alleged ineffective assistance of counsel when his lawyer conceded deportability based on that ...

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