Tuesday, January 12, 2010

Immigration suppression motion results, how individual IJs and BIA panels have analyzed the issues

The following are IJ and BIA decisions on motions to suppress and motions to terminate. In each of these cases, the respondents in removal proceedings asked the IJ to suppress or exclude the government’s evidence or otherwise terminate proceedings. These decisions are not meant to be representative of the way in which the agency is deciding these motions, but they do illustrate how individual IJs and BIA panels have analyzed the issues.
LAC collects suppression motion results

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Tuesday, October 6, 2009

exclusionary rule does not apply in removal proceedings

Krasilych v. Holder, No. 09-1026 (9/29/09) exclusionary rule, Ukrainian withholding of removal

Krasilych v. Holder (Per Curiam)
Oral Argument | Full Text

Petition for review of the BIA's denial of a Ukrainian citizen's application for withholding of removal is denied as the exclusionary rule generally does not apply in removal proceedings, and here, petitioner obtained the I-551 stamp on his passport during an undercover investigation coordinated by immigration authorities.

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