washington - The US Supreme Court filed a conviction in a drug case on Friday because the suspect was ill informed by his lawyer. The criminal did not realize that his client would be expelled if he were found to be guilty.
The police arrested restaurant outbuilder Jae Lee in 2009, after tens of XTC pills were found at home. Lee known on the advice of his lawyer's debt and was sentenced to a year's cell. Then the man discovered that he would also be deployed to his native South Korea.
Lee found that he was in the mood of poor legal advice and stepped to court. There he initially got bones until the Supreme Court ruled him. The court concluded that the man would not have blamed if his lawyer had informed him better.
However, it can not be ruled out that the man has yet to leave from the US, where he has lived since 1982. The case can still be overcome. In that case, Lee makes little chance, the court concluded.