Issue: Whether, when there
is no dispute that a guilty plea will trigger mandatory
deportation pursuant to federal law, defense
counsel must advise a noncitizen-defendant that the plea
will result in deportation as a matter of law, or whether it is sufficient for defense counsel to caution that the plea
could make the noncitizen-defendant “deportable” or
that it will “probably” result in deportation.
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