Trump Administration Ends Protections for Salvadoran Immigrants

 

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As a immigration and criminal law attorney, Eduardo Paredes represents people living in the United States who are not citizens in their immigration and deportation defense cases. Attorney Eduardo Paredes stays abreast of federal immigration law and policy to effectively advise his clients.

In early January of 2018, the presidential administration announced that it was ending temporary protected status (TPS) for approximately 200,000 Salvadorans. These individuals have been living in the United States since 2001 when the US granted them temporary protected status after an earthquake devastated their home country. Since that time, the government has renewed their TPS permits every 18 months.

The current administration has stated that these permits will become invalid as of September 9, 2019. Before that time, the affected individuals will have to find an alternative path to legal status or prepare for departure.

The action reflects the administration’s recent efforts to reduce the use of TPS protections. The Department of Homeland Security has explained that this trend reflects a renewed focus on the temporary nature of TPS and the perceived need to rescind TPS permits when the circumstances that prompted their issuance are no longer present. Opponents claim that the decision fails to account for the lives and families that the TPS recipients have made in their 17 years in the United States.

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Criminal Defenders Protect Constitutional Rights

Criminal defense attorneys play a crucial role in protecting a defendant’s constitutional rights and upholding the justice system. Over the course of a case, the criminal defense counsel must investigate and challenge any instances of constitutional violations by authorities, including any unconstitutional search or seizure, illicit statements, forced confessions, or any other infirmities during the investigation of a criminal case.

Attorney Eduardo Paredes has practiced law for 12 years. Through his years of experience in criminal and immigration law, Attorney Eduardo Paredes has defended people charged with a crime from arrest through jury trial. Attorney Eduardo Paredes has experience in readily identifying constitutional issues that affect his client’s cases. Attorney Eduardo Paredes’ experience in representing criminal defendants has been critical in helping his clients get released or exonerated based on the strong advocacy skills that Attorney Eduardo Paredes has gotten over years of experience.

Criminal law relies on thorough investigation by the police or the law enforcement agency that is assigned to the case. A criminal defense attorney can identify problems with an investigation that may be challenged in court in order to assure that an accused is afforded due process of law. Many times, an attorney can gain a favorable result for his client by challenging issues that arise during the course of a criminal investigation. This is one reason why it is important to that an accused retain the services of a criminal defense attorney as soon as they know that they are the subject of a criminal investigation.

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Eduardo Paredes is an attorney in Los Angeles who focuses on criminal and immigration law. When not at the office, Eduardo Paredes hosts a Spanish-speaking radio show for callers with immigration-related questions.

It is during his radio program that Attorney Eduardo Paredes educates the Spanish speaking audience in immigration and criminal law issues. Most listeners have a very general idea of the law, but through his daily broadcast, Attorney Eduardo Paredes is able to demonstrate how the law applies to that person’s specific issues.

Attorney Eduardo Paredes’ ability to present complicated legal issues in an understandable manner to his listeners has been crucial to Attorney Eduardo Paredes’ popularity on the radio. Not only do people have their immigration and criminal law questions answered, but Attorney Eduardo Paredes is able to demonstrate to the larger audience how the laws affect their own lives.

Immigration and Criminal law intersect at many junctures. One of the most fundamental concepts in the law is that one must identify the issues that causes their legal problem. By identifying the specific issues in immigration and criminal law, Attorney Eduardo Paredes is readily able to guide a caller through their problem.

With 11 years as an experienced attorney, Eduardo Paredes is able to help his clients in their immigration law and criminal law matters. His hour long show airs on Univision Radio’s 1020 AM station in Los Angeles and is repeated throughout the state of California on different stations.