Thursday, September 13, 2012

Third Circuit Rules on Motion to Suppress and Egregious ICE Conduct

Congratulatons to Nancy Morawetz and the NYU immigration clinic for this great motion to suppress case. The Third Circuit provides an important discussion on the Lopez Mendoza case, in which the Supreme Court recognized the possibility of the exclusionary rule applying to civil deportation proceedings  based on widespread or egregious violations of the Fourth Amendment. See Oliva-Ramos v. Attorney General.

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