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Oral Arguments in the Fifth Circuit about DAPA and DACA Injunction

Oral Arguments in the Fifth Circuit about DAPA and DACA Injunction

Protesters outside the Courthouse in New Orleans. Oral arguments in federal court generate lots of light, but very little heat.  One thing every appellate lawyer knows is not to predict the outcome of a case based upon oral arguments.  The better legal reporters also understand that.  Unfortunately, that maxim was not in display in the reporting surrounding the argument on April 17 in the U.S.
AG Holder Reverses Silva-Trevino

AG Holder Reverses Silva-Trevino

Attorney General Eric Holder Who says that the Department of Justice can not take a hint?  Last week, Attorney General Eric Holder formally undid one of the worst legacies of the Bush administration’s immigration policy when he withdrew Attorney General Mukasey’s decision in Matter of Silva-Trevino.  In Matter of Silva-Trevino, Attorney General Mukasey determined that immigration judges could take “facts” into account in determining an individual’s exportability even if those facts were never proven in a criminal proceeding. 
Judge Hanen Tries to Change the Subject

Judge Hanen Tries to Change the Subject

Don’t be too alarmed by news that Judge Hanen refused to lift his stay on DAPA and expanded DACA.  Headlines today blaze that the “Judge” has ruled again the administration.  With the interest in the appeal of Judge Hanen’s injunction now (and still) pending before the 5th Circuit Court of Appeals, there can be no doubt that the headlines have caused confusion and consternation rather than clarity.