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Radcliff restaurateur can fight guilty plea, judge says

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Federal case involves possible deportation

LOUISVILLE — A federal judge has ruled that a man cannot immediately be sent to back China because he wasn’t told of the risk of being deported when he pleaded guilty to illegally harboring immigrants.

The ruling from U.S. District Judge John G. Heyburn II in Louisville means Jian Tian Lin, 39,will be allowed to fight the guilty plea to charges that he knowingly hired at least 10 illegal immigrants at The Golden China Buffet in Radcliff.


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