Attorney seeks to reopen case of Mexican mother deported
PHOENIX (AP) — The lawyer for an immigrant mother deported shortly after President Donald Trump took office said Monday he wants to reopen the case against her for using a fraudulent ID to get a job — a felony conviction that left her open to deportation.
Attorney Ray Ybarra Maldonado told a late afternoon rally of about 40 people outside a U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement office in central Phoenix that a ruling on his petition is expected in Maricopa County Superior Court next month.
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