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Aggravated Felonies, Deportation, and Jurisdictional Variations

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Tomorrow in Moncrieffe v. Holder, No. 11-702, the U.S. Supreme Court will wade once again into the problems of what is an "aggravated felony" for deportation purposes and how we deal with the problem of crimes being defined differently in different jurisdictions.  The Question Presented is here.

Expect nearly zero press coverage of this case, as all the attention will be on the U.T. affirmative action case.

Update, Wednesday morning:  The transcript is here.

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