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Supreme Court, with Gorsuch’s help, knocks down deportation law as too vague

April 17, 2018
Ruling in a Bay Area case, the Supreme Court, with a crucial vote from Justice Neil Gorsuch, struck down a federal immigration law Tuesday that required deportation for any noncitizen convicted of a felony that posed a “substantial risk” of violence. The 1996 law is unconstitutional because its wording is so vague that it...
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