Woman Convicted of Felony Aggravated Kidnapping granted immigration bond
A woman was arrested in Utah County after her former partner called the police. He reported she would not let him leave the bathroom. She had obtained a knife to open the bathroom door, and when police arrived, they arrested her for aggravated kidnapping with a dangerous weapon. She pleaded guilty to a second degree felony, and was taken into ICE custody.
At the Aurora, Colorado Immigration Court, she argued with Keen Law attorneys she was eligible for a bond. She was not convicted of an aggravated felony or a crime of moral turpitude, her attorney argued. She presented evidence of her good character to the immigration judge and the judge found her to not be a danger to the community and released her on a bond of $7,500.
Practice area(s): Immigration
Court: Aurora Immigration Court