7 Immigration-Related Cases That May See High Court Action

Law360, New York (October 14, 2015, 9:54 PM EDT) -- The U.S. Supreme Court has already agreed to weigh whether a New York arson conviction counts as an aggravated felony under immigration law, and may also take up other immigration cases including a suit about a border patrol shooting and government mailing errors that could lead to in absentia removal orders. Here, Law360 takes a look at immigration cases that could see high court action.


Torres v. Lynch: Appeal from an immigrant who is facing deportation over an attempted-arson conviction in New York.

Hernandez v. Mesa: Concerns the killing of a teenage Mexican boy, who was fatally shot...

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