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Pro Bono Lawyers Seek Justice for Immigrant in Las Vegas Detention Case

Holland & Hart joined the National Immigration Law Center and Orrick, Herrington, & Sutcliffe in filing a federal lawsuit against the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department and Clark County Sheriff Lombardo challenging the constitutionality of the practice of jailing community members for the sole purpose of transferring them into U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement custody.

The Holland & Hart pro bono litigation team includes Las Vegas partner Stephen Peek and associate Ryan Semerad. The press release announcing the lawsuit can be found here.

Holland & Hart has a longstanding tradition and national reputation as a law firm committed to providing legal pro bono services to those would otherwise go without legal help, particularly in issues of constitutional import. From landmark constitutional challenges to protective orders and relief from bankruptcy, our lawyers are involved in pro bono work helping organizations and individuals throughout our footprint.


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