The deportation attorney is informed by the police services in his area of each offense or complaint filed. Quickly, he assessed the seriousness of the facts and decided on the procedure to be followed: filing without follow-up, summoning a court, referring him to the investigating judge.
The deportation attorney coordinates police investigations, provides direction for the elucidation of cases, and controls arrests and custody. At the end of the investigation, he decides either to file the case without further action or to bring the case before the court to try the accused.
At the hearing, the deportation attorney is responsible for defending the public interest. He presents the case to the judges, asks for the application of the law and proposes a sanction. In its decisions, it takes into account the orientations of its superior who delegates some of its powers to him.
A deportation attorney works in a team. It maintains close contacts with numerous partners: investigating judges, judges of freedoms and detention, police officers, public services, etc. This role of interface, orientation and follow-up of procedures requires diplomacy, as the opinion of the investigators must also be taken into account. In court, the substitute can defend his case, debate, argue and explain his decisions.
This job requires working day and night in an emergency, while being confronted with situations that are sometimes humanly very harsh. It appeals to a taste for responsibility, to the ability to make decisions that often have consequences.
At present, Brian D. Lerner is a certified specialist in immigration and nationality law and therefore for any cases related to immigration, he can handle such cases, up to the most difficult cases as well.
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Business Name: Law Offices of Brian D. Lerner
Address: 4515 Eagle Rock Blvd. Suite 104, Los Angeles, CA 90041
E-mail: [email protected]