The Governor today started the process to deport a man who was serving 13 years in prison for manslaughter.
The Department of Corrections worked with U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services to place a federal detainer flag on J-7 Jain, also known as Jaynie Jain, and J-Seven Jain.
With the detainer in place, Governor Calvo commuted Jain’s sentence, allowing for his transfer to federal officials who will now start the deportation process. Jain is a citizen of the Federated States of Micronesia.
Jain was sent to prison after he was convicted of killing a woman and her unborn child in 2003. Two other passengers in their vehicle were injured. Jain’s car veered into the oncoming lane and smashed into the family’s car. He was charged with manslaughter as a first-degree felony, and two counts of driving under the influence of alcohol as a third-degree felony. He was scheduled to be released next month.
Prior to his current sentence, he had gotten in trouble with the law for criminal mischief, aggravated assault, assault, reckless driving and family violence.
“This is a case that breaks my heart. There are no winners here but at least we will be able to ensure that this individual can hurt no one else on our island,” Governor Calvo stated. “I thank U.S. Immigration for working with us on this case and for helping this administration promote the safety of the people of Guam.”

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