Program to look at immigration and criminal defense

The Oakland County Bar Association will present “When Immigration and Criminal Defense Intersect” on Tuesday, Feb. 18, from noon to 1 p.m. at the OCBA offices, 1760 South Telegraph Road, Suite 100, in Bloomfield Hills.

Attendees can bring a lunch and hear from speaker Clarence M. Dass of The Dass Law Firm PLLC.

Immigration is a complex and rapidly-changing body of law. It is important for criminal defense attorneys – who are not immigration law specialists – to properly advise immigrant clients in order to avoid the collateral consequences of a plea deal or conviction. This seminar will present an overview of the current state of the law and provide practical advice for representing the immigrant client.

Credit has been approved with the OCBA for 1 Criminal credit.

Cost for OCBA members is $12 pre-registration or $25 on site registration. Non-members pay $25 pre-registration or $40 on site registration. MIDC court appointed attorneys can attend for free. To register, visit and click on “events.”


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