Brief to the Board of Immigration Appeals appealing the Immigration Court’s denial of bond. Respondent argued that the Immigration Judge failed to weigh all positive and negative factors in determining bond. Additionally new circumstances arose following the hearing in which the Respondent received substandard medical care in detention, which justified remand to the court to reconsider its bond ruling.
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Document in which the Defendant can request to lower bond when initial amount set too high.
Document entails a motion for personal recognizance bond, which is granted by the Court once the individual case and criminal history have been reviewed and completed.
Motion for preliminary trial, in which probable cause and conditions for release are discussed. Conditions for release can include reduction of bond, in the case it was set too high initially.
US v. Litvak Govt Memorandum in Opposition to Motion for Release on Bond Pending Appeal
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UNOPPOSED MOTION TO PERMIT ADDITIONAL PERIOD OF OUT OF STATE TRAVEL FOR EXCHANGE OF CHILDREN FOR PARENTING TIME
TO PERMIT ADDITIONAL PERIOD OF OUT OF STATE TRAVEL FOR EXCHANGE OF CHILDREN FOR PARENTING TIME
The Court had previously granted a client on bond time to travel out of state, this motion was filed to ask court for extended time to exchange the children for parenting time.