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A man who became a focal point this week in a debate about so-called sanctuary cities and whether Travis County should hold inmates on behalf of immigration agents is legally in the United States, his attorney told the American-Statesman and KVUE Thursday night.

Hugo Gallardo-Gonzalez, who is charged with continuing to sexually assault a young girl, is a “resident alien,” his court-appointed defense lawyer Raymond Espersen said. He said his client provided a registration number showing his legal status and that he verified what his client told him “with the proper authorities.”


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