Jessica Colotl is an undocumented immigrant to the US whose arrest for driving without a Jessica Colotl controversy. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Jump to navigation . USA Today. ^ Jump up to: Eve Chen, Kevin Rowson (May 13, ).
UPDATE 5/25/ The Department of Homeland Security has agreed to renew Jessica Colotl's Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA).
Federal officials now say they don't believe Jessica Colotl has a felony she's wearing today' ” and remove that protection from deportation.
Jessica Colotl, the Kennesaw State University graduate who was arrested and nearly deported over a traffic violation in , is now free from a legal tangle that .
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Jessica Colotl embodied the debate over illegal immigration when she was locked up for 37 days and nearly sent back to Mexico after an.
A federal judge said Jessica Colotl, a Mexican who came to the United States when she was 11, could stay while an application to renew her.
Jessica Colotl's fate to be determined in May Her lawyers attributed the criminal history to her arrest at KSU for driving without a license.
Defense lawyer Jerome Lee today told the Associated Press that Cobb County nor remarkable for a young person with no history of violence or aggression, and 30, Judge: Felony Charge Against Jessica Colotl Stands; May 8,