Challenges for Immigrant Victims Navigating the Criminal Justice System
Challenges for Immigrant Victims Navigating the Criminal Justice System
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Crime victims often require legal advocacy for a multitude of legal needs while seeking justice. Crime victims who are immigrants carry an additional layer of legal considerations. This training will examine unique challenges and opportunities that immigrant crime victims must navigate while interacting with the criminal justice system. During this session, a panel of three presenters will bring their own perspectives as an immigration attorney, prosecutor and advocate to deconstruct real scenarios that illustrate the complexities and diverse systems with which an immigrant crime victim must engage.



Glen Banfield, Chief Deputy District Attorney, Multnomah County District Attorney's Office

Helen O'Brien, Crime Victims' Rights Program Coordinator, Oregon Department of Justice

Sarah Purce, Assistant Director, Catholic Charities, Immigration Legal Services

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