United States v. Saravia-Chavez

An indictment will stand charging the defendant with illegally re-entry of the United States. Although the initial notice to appear at removal proceedings lacked the time, date, and place, the defendant received subsequent notice of these details, attended his deportation hearing, and admitted to facts that supported the issuance of a deportation order. Therefore, he can’t show that his deportation proceedings were fundamentally unfair.

Motion to dismiss indictment denied.

United States v. Saravia-Chavez, No. 3:18cr16, Nov. 14, 2018. WDVA at Charlottesville (Moon).

Categories: Opinions, U.S. District Court - Western District of Virginia

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