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2021 WHAT JUDGES SHOULD KNOW WHEN A NON-US CITIZEN APPEARS BEFORE THEM (J, SJ)

Recorded (June 2, 2021)

Training Description:

More and more frequently, State Court judges are entertaining Motions to Reopen based upon ineffective assistance of counsel claims by non- US citizen defendants. Find out the steps needed to avoid Motions to Reopen and to ensure non-US citizens are properly advised as to the immigration consequences of their pleas.

Faculty:

K. Alexandra Monaco, Esq., Managing Partner, The Monaco Law Group, Ltd.

Who Should Attend:

This course is designed primarily for all Nevada judges

Continuing Education Credit:

1.0 CLE/CJE (Certificate of Attendance required to receive continuing legal/judicial education credit). NOTE: CLE credit for this course is approved through June 2, 2024, and will then be stale dated.

Register:

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Technical Requirements:

This live webinar is being offered via Zoom. Please check with your IT department to ensure computer internet compatibility so as to avoid technical difficulties on the day of training. Especially take note: Zoom work best when opened in Chrome. Attention hand-held device users: The Zoom app is also available on hand-held devices such as iPhone/iPad (iOS 11.0 or later) and Android (5.0 or later).

These resources do not necessarily reflect the views of the Supreme Court of Nevada, the Administrative Office of the Courts, or Judicial Education nor provide any warranties as to the currency and accuracy of the information in these works. Users are reminded to check the subsequent changes to rules of court and statutes cited in the works before relying on them. Questions regarding a specific education session should be directed to the faculty of that session.