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16 Dec 2013, 8:54 am by Joel R. Brandes
In Mendoza v Silva, 2013 WL 6491479 (N.D.Iowa) Plaintiff Maria Guadalupe Aguilar Mendoza, a citizen of Mexico, filed an action to secure the return of her daughters, five-year-old K.G.M.A. and four-year-old M.K.M.A.. [read post]
23 Mar 2014, 12:48 pm by Joel R. Brandes
Mendoza at the United States/Mexico border in Nuevo Laredo, Mexico, the case was before the district court on Ms. [read post]
3 Mar 2008, 1:46 pm
And make sure to put out the warrant so that whenever Mendoza does eventually return to the United States, he'll be picked up in customs.Eventually, in 2004, Mendoza does indeed return from his eight-year sojourn abroad, and gets arrested. [read post]
24 Jun 2013, 12:59 am by John Steele
Justia has this summary: Mendoza drove a truck from North Carolina to Tennessee with Tavera as a passenger. [read post]
14 Dec 2013, 12:28 pm by 74.christopher@gmail.com
[JUDGES LOVE TO WRITE ABOUT HAGUE CHILD ABDUCTION CASES, AS THIS 45+ PAGE OPINION FILED THIS WEEK DEMONSTRATES...WELL DONE...I HAVE BOLDED SOME STUFF I FIND PERSUASIVE] MARIA GUADALUPE AGUILAR MENDOZA, Plaintiff, v. [read post]
21 Dec 2011, 11:18 am
If your biological parents had stayed unmarried, you'd be free to stay in the United States.  [read post]
21 Apr 2011, 8:46 am
Maria Guadalupe Mendoza has published The Thirteen Known Latina Litigants Before the Supreme Court of the United States. [read post]
21 Jul 2014, 10:17 am
"In 2011, Liera-Morales unlawfully entered the United States with the assistance of a human-trafficking ring and later began working for the trafficking ring to pay off his remaining smuggling fee. [read post]
23 May 2016, 12:00 pm by Joel R. Brandes
The fact that the United States has issued a travel warning to citizens traveling to Michoacán, Mexico is insufficient to establish that Michoacán, Mexico is a war zone. [read post]
2 Oct 2008, 3:48 pm
Here is how the opinion starts: Although the United States Sentencing Guidelines ("Guidelines") advise that defendant-appellee Jesus Mendoza receive a minimum of 324 months' imprisonment for his drug conviction, the district court varied downward and imposed a 240-month sentence. [read post]