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Plea change may halt Schenectady man’s deportation

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A city man who faced deportation to Guyana after admitting to felony attempted assault in 2008 may now get to stay in the United States after a plea change Wednesday. Sewdat Rajpaul, 44, told an appeals court last year he had not been told of the immigration consequences of his 2008 plea prior to entering it. Rajpaul entered the U.S. legally in 2007. In December 2007, he was charged with second-degree assault, accused of attacking ...


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