Tag Archives: Jeopardy

Robert Tsai: Trump’s Travel Ban Faces Fresh Legal Jeopardy

Robert Tsai in Politico reminds us that the travel ban, after being in effect, could be subject to legal challenges. KJ Read more detail on Recent Immigration Law posts –

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Double jeopardy, public policy and a filing on the Seattle consent decree

Dismissal overturned because of suspension for same offenseArbitrator Michael Paolucci sustained, in substantial part, a grievance filed on behalf of a Euclid, Ohio police officer. The City of Euclid, Ohio and Fraternal Order of Police Lodge 18.The grievances involved three separate … Continue reading

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FBAR & Whistleblower (2018) – IRS Laws Put Foreign Accounts in Jeopardy

FBAR & Whistleblower (2018) – IRS Laws Put Foreign Accounts in Jeopardy (Golding & Golding) FBAR & Whistleblower (2018) – IRS Laws Put Foreign Accounts in Jeopardy As if there are not enough things in life for you to worry … Continue reading

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Terrorist Attack Puts Diversity Green Card Lottery in Jeopardy

The diversity green card lottery hit the headlines after a terrorist attack in New York in November 2017. The diversity visa program, also known as the green card lottery, was criticized for allowing an attacker who was an immigrant from … Continue reading

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Argument preview: Revisiting the double jeopardy conundrum

Following a residential burglary during which a safe containing firearms was taken, Michael Currier was charged under Virginia law with breaking and entering, larceny, and possession of a firearm following a felony conviction. The felon-in-possession charge was based on the … Continue reading

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