Adrienna Wong

ACLU attorney representing Guadalupe Plascencia

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Attorney for the ACLU, representing Guadalupe Plascencia.

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In March, police picked up Guadalupe Plascencia on an outstanding warrant, then transferred her to the San Bernardino County Sheriff. As she was leaving jail, ICE arrested her.

ICE detains U.S. citizen in San Bernardino

In March, police picked up Guadalupe Plascencia on an outstanding warrant, then transferred her to the San Bernardino County Sheriff. As she was leaving jail, ICE arrested her.

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