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Top of the Ninth: An Arizona Domestic Violence Conviction is a Crime of Violence - Sometimes....
Top of the Ninth: An Arizona Domestic Violence Conviction is a Crime of Violence - Sometimes....

Welcome to the final blog of the year. We get to end 2018 with a doozy of a crimmigration case. This week only one immigration case came down from the Ninth Circuit; but, it’s a fun one for those of us who practice crimmigration. And, let’s face it, crimmigration is the most ...

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Blog posts in December, 2018

  • Top of the Ninth: Part Two: District Court Decisions on Matter of A-B- and Preliminary Injunction on Changes to Asylum

    "[I]t is the will of Congress – not the whims of the Executive – that determine the standard for expedited removal." Grace et al. v. Whitaker , No. ...

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  • Top of the Ninth: Part One: CIMTs and Retroactivity; Misrepresentation on Apps; and Pereira's Corner

    This past week the Ninth Circuit held (once again) that crimes involving moral turpitude (CIMTs) are not unconstitutionally vague and that a finding ...

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  • Top of the Ninth: BIA Certification and Pereira

    While the Board of Immigration Appeals (BIA) may have found that Pereira is a very limited decision that has nothing to do with anything, the district ...

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  • Top of the Ninth: The Putative A.G., TRO, and the First Amendment

    The unspoken theme of the last few weeks within immigration law has been the issue of the separation of powers – but not the usual issue of the ...

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