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IMMIGRATION LAW TOO VAGUE 04/17/18B 21:08 S.S.

U.S.  SUPREME  COURT  JUSTICES  HAVE  RULED  5-4  THAT  A  FEDERAL  LAW,  THAT  MAKES  IT  EASIER  TO  DEPORT  IMMIGRANTS  WHO  HAVE  BEEN  CONVICTED  OF  “VIOLENT”  CRIMES,   IS  TOO  VAGUE  TO  BE  ENFORCED.   THE  CASE  IS  SESSIONS  VS  DIMAYA,  AND  ALTHOUGH  THIS  DECISION  DOES  NOT  INTERFERE  WITH  THE GOVERNMENT’S  ABILITY  TO  DEPORT  PEOPLE  CONVICTED  OF  MURDER  AND  RAPE,   IT  DOES  LIMIT  THE  GOVERNMENT’S  ABILITY  TO  DEPORT  IMMIGRANTS  WHO  HAVE  NOT  BEEN  CONVICTED OF "AGGRAVATED FELONIES".

SUPREME  COURT  JUSTICE  NEIL  GORSUCH  AGREED  WITH  THE  MORE  LIBERAL  JUSTICES  (AT  LEAST  IN  PART),   SAYING  THAT  "no one should  be surprised that the constitution looks unkindly on any law so vague that reasonable people cannot understand its terms,  and judges do not know where to begin in applying it."

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