Monthly Archives: March 2012

Crimes that can lead to deportation of resident aliens

The Illegal Immigration Reform and Immigrant Responsibility Act of 1996 — and a series of other changes to immigration law have expanded the list of crimes that can make a legal immigrant deportable.  This includes crimes that are considered misdemeanors under State law but have become felonies under immigration law.  Felonies make legal immigrants eligible […]

Underage Binge Drinking

According to statistics from the CDC about 90% of all teenage alcohol consumption is considered binge drinking and this usually peaks at the age of 19.  Forty-one percent of high school seniors report having consumed alcohol in the past 30 days.  When college kids were asked the same question, 72% of them said they have had […]

11 Santa Ana Police Officers honored for Anti-DUI efforts

Mother’s Against Drunk Driving is honoring 11 Santa Ana Police officers for their efforts to arrest people who were suspected of driving under the influence last year.  Senior victim advocate Vicky Maciha announced the names of the 11 Santa Ana officers with their 2011 DUI arrest counts, at a recent Santa Ana City counsel meeting. […]

The State of California awards $602 million to help build and expand county jails

Eleven counties in California will be getting millions of dollars in funding from the state to pay for the expansion of their county jails.  This will help house the “lower-level” inmates that are being sent from the state prisons to finish their time in the county jails.  Los Angeles County, Riverside County, and Orange County […]

How do Immigration Bonds Work?

For FREE Immigration Bond Information call 1-866-736-6977 If an individual is in the Custody of the Bureau of Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) it may be possible to post an immigration bond.  There are two types of Immigration Bonds that are currently available: the delivery bond and the voluntary departure bond.  In order for the […]