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Bronx Immigration Lawyer Freed on Bond On Exploiting Violence Against Woman Act Charge

by Matthew Russell Lee, Patreon Book Substack

SDNY COURTHOUSE, Jan 22 – On January 24 the SDNY US Attorney's Office announced charges against Bronx-based immigration attorney KOFI AMANKWAA and his son, KOFI AMANKWAA, JR., for carrying out a large-scale immigration fraud scheme exploiting the Violence Against Women Act.

   When the father was presented before U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York Chief Magistrate Judge Sarah Netburn, Inner City Press was there, as were two or three of the defendant's family members in the gallery.

  The Assistant US Attorney agreed that he could be released on $250,000 bond, secured by his residence in New Jersey (the address was given but we are not publishing it), and no contact withou counsel present with clients or employees, except he can talk with his son.

 The case is US v. Amankwaa, et al., 24-mj-230 (Netburn)


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