This recent Article Here raises the question of what happens after a US border conviction.
On Monday, (6-18-18) agents brought a Honduran man, Mariano Torres-Perdomo, into court to face a misdemeanor charge of entering the country illegally. Border agents had caught him two days earlier crossing into Texas with his 6-year-old son. He quickly pleaded guilty...(he) was sentenced to time served and a $10 fee.
Presumably, he was turned over for deportation processing. So, after pleading guilty, would Torres-Perdomo have further judicial or administrative hearings before being physically removed to his home country?
The reason I wonder, is because the BCP and DHS seem to be suggesting that detentions prior to removal may take weeks or months.
The article actually raises a lot of other questions, but I'd like to focus on this first.
I'm not sure that this should be in Law SE or Politics SE, as it might have a home in either or both- feel free to migrate to Politics