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California Gov. Gavin Newsom on Friday announced the pardon of three immigrants who have been convicted of crimes as part of efforts for protection against deportation to their home countries.
The three men, originally from El Salvador, Iran and Cambodia, – – – broken the law, such as young people or young adults who have served their sentences, and have taken steps to rehabilitate themselves, said the Governor’s office.
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But Newsom’s pardons are not a complete isolation of the men from deportation. To delete the move instead of the gentlemen, ” criminal records in order to prevent past offenses will be considered is cases in their deportation. All three men live in Los Angeles County and were brought to the United States said this legally as children, the Governor’s office.
“The Governor’s reference to grace as an important part of the criminal justice system, the incentives for accountability and rehabilitation, in order to increase public safety through the elimination of counterproductive barriers to the successful re-opening and correct unjust results in the legal system,” a press release said.
The Governor, a Democrat, pardoned the 38-year-old Victor Ayala, who was sentenced in 2001, at the age of 21 years, of crime and robbery to probation business, The Sacramento Bee reported sentenced for pushing a security guard while shoplifting from an electronics. Also, he had reported four prior misdemeanor convictions for theft and a hit-and-run, in which no one suffered injuries, Los Angeles KTLA-TV.
According to the office of the Governor, Ayala ‘ s parents brought him legal in the United States from El Salvador when he was 2. He is now a father of three, owns a carpet-cleaning business.
Newsom seam pardoned 41-year-old Thear-who was convicted at the age of 18, steals a man’s wallet and backpack. He was convicted, as an accessory of the next year, after leading police to miss on a high-speed chase, while at the same time another man, a car thief whole stole a separate vehicle, arrest, KTLA reported.
Seam the United States entered legally as a 4-year-old refugee fleeing Cambodia from the Khmer Rouge. His wife and daughter are both US citizens and he worked for 17 years at an aerospace company.
The third, immigrants are Arnou Aghamalian, 42, was sentenced as a 22-year-old in 1999, was pardoned a night club helping his cousin set the owner of the empty vehicle on fire after a dispute. Newson’s office, said Aghamalian entered the United States with his family at the age of 15 as a refugee from Iran. He and his wife are the parents of the newborn twins. He now owns a solar energy company.
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In addition to the pardon of the three immigrants, Newsom is a fourth man, the 59-year-old Curtis Reynolds of Sacramento country, who was sentenced to six drug crimes, including possession for sale between 1998 and 2003, The reported bee. pardoned Newsom said, because of his beliefs, Reynolds has help with his life for the voluntary work, the fight with addiction.
Newsom commuted the sentences for two men who faced before, life in prison. Esdvin Flores, 44, served 20 years behind bars for robbing a woman at gunpoint at the age of 23 years. Jensen Ramos, 35, was 17 years for attempted murder after the fire at a car fleeing a brawl at a party when he was 17. The Governor’s office said the two men have taken steps to rehabilitate himself, from behind bars. The commutations of both of the participation in “parole” hearings.