The agreement that Castleberry and Margolis worked out, and which was signed Jan. 22 by Lenawee County Circuit Judge Anna Marie Anzalone, dismissed the original charges and had Nishikawa plead guilty to three counts of carrying a concealed knife. Castleberry said he wanted Nishikawa to plead guilty to three felonies, which would come into play …
See the details of this case in the consent order Consent Order (002)
There have been recent updates to the US Citizenship and Immigration Services forms below.
Margolis law vacates guilty plea due to lack of notification about immigration status change. Read the full decision here.
Margolis Law successfully vacates conviction in Monroe County, Agrees to Plea to Non Deportable Offense, Preserving Client’s Eligibility for Deferred Action Program
We successfully moved to overturn a young Mexican National’s impaired driving conviction in Monroe County. The conviction led to client’s DACA being revoked, and his being taken into ICE custody and held without bond, pending a deportation proceeding. Any drunk driving conviction is considered a “significant misdemeanor,” making the client ineligible for the discretionary relief …
Margolis Law Successfully Overturns and Vacates Conviction for Mexican National, After Withdrawing Plea and Winning Jury Trial in Macomb County.
Our office successfully moved to withdraw a guilty plea to Felony Fleeing and Eluding, on behalf of a Mexican National in Macomb County, which made him eligible for an immigration bond and release from ICE custody. After winning the fight to withdraw the guilty plea in state court, we then prevailed in a several day’s …
Margolis Law successfully vacated a marijuana conviction on behalf of a Mexican national, so that the individual could successfully re-apply for benefits under Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals.
Margolis Law negotiated a non-deportable plea for a German National charged with OWI Causing Serious Bodily Harm and successfully moved for a bond.
Margolis Law obtained post-conviction relief for an Australian National by vacating his conviction for Possession/Use of Marijuana, due to the fact that the Defendant entered the plea without the benefit of immigration advice.
Margolis Law defended a New Zealand National charged federally with 2 counts of Parental Kidnapping, getting the federal charges dismissed. Margolis Law also successfully defended the individual from related charges in state court.