If you are facing deportation, it's imperative to learn more about your situation. In addition to what's happened to this point, you should also learn more about the many federal laws that dictate your future.
A 52-year-old man in Norfolk, Nebraska, has a history of DUI convictions dating back to the year 2006. An incident in February resulted in his fifth DUI conviction. In the past, the man has successfully completed the probation sentences he received for his previous convictions. In this case, despite a request from his defense attorney for Specialized Substance Abuse Supervision probation, which she argued was more suitable for someone addicted to alcohol as her client appears to be, the judge sentenced the man to a prison term of four to six years on the DUI charge. A second charge of obstructing a police officer garnered an additional three-month sentence.
Residents in Nebraska who get divorced while their children are still at home and have not yet reached college age should add planning for the cost of a college education to the list of things they should address in their divorce negotiations.