Asked in Criminal Law and Immigration Law

Q: Good Day, Hello, I was convicted of a crime that I did not do back in 2003. I had all the witnesses on my side.

Since I’m not an American and in different collor of skin I was and still got convicted for it. I was going and planned to appeal my that comviction but have to save money first to afford another lawyer for it.

But while doing so and while working, I got picked up at work by an Immigration officer and arrested me in to process my deportation. I’m a legal allien and my parents are Citizens in US. I have a Son born in US as well. I fought my deportation as well and still got deported after 6 months fighting for my rights to stay in US. Because of that conviction I got deported in 2004 and got separeted from my family specially to my son.

Now I’m inquiring on to go about clearing my name and how to appeal my criminal conviction even Though I’m here in the Philippines. I am now a registerd Nurse here in my country an has no any criminal conviction in any forms of crime after being deported for morethan 15 years.

How canI reopen my case?

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1 Lawyer Answer

Gary Kollin

Answered
  • Criminal Law Lawyer
  • Fort Lauderdale, FL

A: The time for an appeal has long since passed

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