Khobragade Seeks Dismissal of Visa Fraud Case in U.S

January 2014
India -- West;1/17/2014, Vol. 39 Issue 9, pA30
The article focuses on the statement of Indian diplomat Devyani Khobragade, who has hired federal lawyer Daniel Arshack to dismiss the visa fraud case against her, reflecting on the lack of personal jurisdiction. Topics include indictment of Khobragade for visa fraud and making false statements, Arshack's statement asking to dismiss any further hearing against her and U.S. prosecutor Preet Bharara's filing of seven documents with the federal court in Manhattan, New York against her.


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