Supreme Court Wrestles With Notices for Immigrant Court Hearings


Publish Date:
January 8, 2024
Bloomberg Law
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But Easha Anand, co-director of Stanford Law School’s Supreme Court Litigation Clinic, who represented Campos-Chaves and the India and Mexico citizens, argued the Ninth Circuit’s decision should be upehld.

But Alito asked Anand if she disputes that as a matter of ordinary language there can be a change from an indeterminate time and place to a determinate time and place.

Giving an analogy, Anand said that a bride who’s going to get married sends a save-the-date not a change-of-date.

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