Supreme Court sides with immigrant facing deportation
Tuesday, 17 April 2018 The Supreme Court ruled that a law subjecting immigrants to deportation for violent crimes is unconstitutionally vague. Justice Neil Gorsuch joined the court's four liberals to form the 5-4 majority.
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