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Tag: due process

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Case Explainer

Kisor v. Wilkie (Decision June 26, 2019)

Should the Supreme Court overrule longstanding precedent on agency deference?

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Case Explainer

Miranda v. Arizona (Decided June 13, 1966)

Individuals in police custody must be told their 5th Amendment rights before interrogation, or the evidence is not valid in court.

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Sessions v. Dimaya (Decision April 17, 2018)

Dimaya cannot be deported based on the INA’s definition of “crime of violence” because the definition is too vague.

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Case Explainer

Jennings v. Rodriguez (Argument October 3, 2017)

Are noncitizen entitled bond hearings when detained 6 months or more awaiting a decision on deportation?

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Case Explainer

Class v. U.S. (Argument October 4, 2017)

Class wants to challenge the law he violated as unconstitutional under the Second Amendment. But he pled guilty. Can he do that?

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Case Explainer

The law for criminal deportation: is it too vague?

The Immigration and Nationality Act says foreign residents who serve time twice for a “crime of violence” can be deported. Is the definition of “crime of violence” well enough defined, or does it violate the Constitution? 

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Concepts

Substantive Due Process: How the Supreme Court accounts for social progress.

What is substantive due process?

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Mapping Current Events

Legal Landscape of Laws Relating to the Death Penalty

What laws determine whether the death penalty is available, and what is the difference between the federal and states’ death penalties?

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