No. 20111059-CA.

335 P.3d 896 (2014)

2014 UT App 212

STATE of Utah, Plaintiff and Appellee, v. Maricela AGUIRRE-JUAREZ, Defendant and Appellant.

Court of Appeals of Utah.

September 11, 2014.

Attorney(s) appearing for the Case

Nathalie S. Skibine , for Appellant.

Sean D. Reyes , Andrew F. Peterson , and Jacob S. Taylor , for Appellee.

Judge J. FREDERIC VOROS JR. authored this Amended Memorandum Decision, in which Judges JAMES Z. DAVIS and JOHN A. PEARCE concurred.

Amended Memorandum Decision1

VOROS, Judge:

¶ 1 Maricela Aguirre-Juarez, who is not a U.S. citizen, was prosecuted for identity fraud in Utah. The State alleged that she used fraudulent papers to obtain employment. On advice of counsel, she pled guilty to one count of class A attempted identity fraud. On appeal, Aguirre-Juarez contends that her counsel performed deficiently because the 364-day sentence he bargained for renders...

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