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20 Apr 2011, 9:34 pm by Richard Painter
  The same tag team of bloggers has attacked the lawyer in the same case, famed GOP litigator Ted Olson who argued and won Bush v. [read post]
9 Jul 2012, 11:03 am
  So it takes several hearings before the immigration judge, and two trips to the BIA, before we receive the BIA's final answer. [read post]
13 Nov 2009, 3:08 pm
" and This bias should not be allowed to interfere with the State's due process rights in a manner that infects "the integrity of the trial process. [read post]
13 Nov 2009, 2:39 pm
" and This bias should not be allowed to interfere with the State's due process rights in a manner that infects "the integrity of the trial process. [read post]
California is also the only state that never accepted federal funding under the Title V abstinence-only-until-marriage program. [read post]
17 Oct 2008, 4:57 pm
However in this case the Court states, "Though the Federal Rules of Evidence do not specifically so state, prior misconduct of a witness which is probative of the bias of that witness may be proved by extrinsic evidence. [read post]
15 Jul 2009, 6:47 am
X did not leave to care for a family member and that he intended to abandon his lawful permanent resident status.The BIA considered case history on this issue, including Katebi v. [read post]
6 Feb 2008, 1:30 pm
  The BIA didn't discuss the materials that the petitioner submitted, instead relying on State Department country reports. [read post]
11 Jun 2015, 3:09 pm by Elizabeth B. Carpenter
Kentucky 476 U.S. 79 (1986) Facts: When selecting a jury, both parties may remove potential jurors using an unlimited number of challenges for cause (e.g., stated reasons such as bias) and a limited number of peremptory challenges (i.e., do not need to state a reason). [read post]
16 Oct 2013, 8:43 am by Joy Waltemath
A bank executive who suffered from major depression and was granted five months of paid sick leave, but was discharged after he informed his employer that he was uncertain when he could return to work, failed to state a plausible disability bias claim under the New York State Human Rights Law but could advance his analogous claim under the New York City Human Rights Law, the state’s high court ruled in a divided opinion reversing dismissal of his claims in… [read post]