in one case

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on one occasion


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The lack of legal representation results in sometimes ludicrous situations; in one case, for example, an eighteen-month-old toddler appeared at a preliminary hearing with no attorney or other adult representative.
In one case, a lawyer, who had been representing an individual for years, only learned that her client had been moved 1,000 miles and three states away when she went for a routine visit and could not find him.
In one case, published in the Los Angeles Times, Colombian Gerardo Antonio Mosquera was deported in 1997 after 29 years of residency in the United States for a 1989 conviction for dealing $10 worth of marijuana.
In one case, he said, the thief went through the house while the residents were sleeping.