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Joe Giudice Calls ICE Detention Center ‘Inhumane’ & Fighting To Await Deportation From Home!

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Joe Giudice is desperate to get released from an ICE detention center!

Teresa Giudice’s husband is scheduled to appear by video at a bond hearing Wednesday and will plead for his release from the Immigration and Customs Enforcement Center.

Joe, 48, strongly believes that he should be allowed to live with his wife and four daughters in New Jersey while he waits a final ruling in his ordered deportation to Italy.

“Whatever it takes to get him home, he’s amenable to it,” lawyer James Leonard Jr. told NYDaily News regarding the possibility of home detention with a tracking device.

According to Joe’s family attorney, he is not a danger to society and has already been in ICE detention six months.

“What is happening to Joe Giudice and to his family and thousands of other families regarding these draconian immigration laws is nothing short of inhumane,” Leonard told the Daily News. “We are praying for some sort of relief tomorrow from the court. This family has paid their debt to society and then some. Enough is enough,” he said.

Joe is being held at the Clinton County Correctional Facility in McElhattan, Pennsylvania.

Despite Teresa’s partying and promise to divorce her husband if he’s deported, she’s expected  is to attend the Wednesday hearing.

Joe served three years for a bank fraud and tax evasion. A judge had ruled months earlier that he no longer qualified to remain in the states as a free man because he’s not a U.S. citizen.

As reported, Joe Giudice’s days in America are numbered.

Last month, a Pennsylvania judge shot down the Real Housewives of New Jersey star‘s deportation appeal, and wants the Bravo felon out of the United States. 

Joe outlined his case in a final appeal — which he submitted to the Third Circuit Court in July. Assistant Attorney General for the Civil Division Joseph H. Hunt submitted a 40 page rebuttal on August 14th, delivering a crushing blow to Giudice’s plea. 

Share your thoughts on Joe Giudice’s latest deportation battle!



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