Rex Wingerter has lectured and written extensively on the immigration consequences of criminal convictions. He spoke on this topic before judicial conferences, public defender offices and the private, criminal defense bars in Maryland, Virginia and the District of Columbia, and seminars at the American Immigration Lawyers Association. He testified as an expert in the immigration consequences of criminal convictions in courts in Maryland and Connecticut. He wrote “Consequences of Criminal Convictions” for the Maryland Bar Journal and Mr. Wingerter’s in-depth writings for Immigration Briefings, published by West Law, include “Challenges to Removal Based on Criminal Convictions: Post-Conviction Relief and Immigration Proceedings” and “Defenses to Removal Based on Criminal Convictions: INA Waivers.”

 

LINKS TO ARTICLES

CHALLENGES TO REMOVAL BASED ON CRIMINAL CONVICTIONS: POST-CONVICTION RELIEF AND IMMIGRATION PROCEEDINGS

DEFENSES TO REMOVAL BASED ON CRIMINAL CONVICTIONS: INA WAIVERS

The Categorical Approach and Maryland’s Consolidated Theft Statute

What Drives the Development of US Missile Defense and Space-Based Weapons? The Role of US Domestic Interest Groups

Family Law, Matters: Immigration, Maintenance, and Form I-864

Iran: Outgunned in the Gulf

Israel-Iran War: Not Inevitable

Raja Shehadeh, Occupier’s Law: Israel and the West Bank

Khalidi and Mansour, Palestine and the Gulf

 

MEDIA MENTIONS

Domestic Deportees, Washington City Paper