I have a theory. I think it applies to immigration law. I don’t know if it applies to American law generally. The theory is that when a point of law reaches a high degree of complexity, eventually the point of law goes away. The mechanics are usually the same. Some issue becomes contentious in immigration cases. As usual in an appellate case regarding a contentious legal issue, the court can either go with outcome A or B. The court makes… Read more » The post My theory – when the law gets too complicated, it goes away. appeared first on Montag Law.
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