Recommended Titles and Treatises
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Immigration consequences of criminal activity: a guide to representing foreign-born defendants
584 pages. Updated by new edition.
This most recent edition of Kramer's book treats "criminal-alien law," which is the complex intersection of criminal and immigration law. Kramer has practiced criminal-alien law for nineteen years and has also taught immigration law at Florida International University. As such, she draws upon her personal experience while she explains the different facets of criminal-alien law and details the legal research that goes on in this field. In this fourth edition from 2009, Kramer introduces a section that offers tips and tools aimed at helping investigative and legal researchers. (AL)