The First Circuit Court has routinely vacated decisions of the Board of Immigration Appeals (“BIA”) because the BIA failed to apply the required clear error standard of review in reversing Immigration Judges’ factual findings – a failure that allows the BIA to
On June 21, 2022, the ACLU of New Hampshire filed a lawsuit in New Hampshire Superior Court challenging SB 418, a newly-enacted bill that would unconstitutionally diminish the secrecy of ballot
In this case, Petitioner fears torture and death inflicted by the MS-13 gang if he is removed to El Salvador. In his immigration case, Petitioner presented an expert and other country conditions evidence explaining in detail MS-13’s social and political status in El
On January 26, 2022, the ACLU-NH filed an amicus brief in this case arguing that the First Circuit should narrow its ruling in Meng Hua Wan v.
In this case, Plaintiff SIG Sauer, Inc. seeks a preliminary injunction prohibiting Defendant Jeffrey S. Bagnell and his law firm from displaying an animation that depicts alleged product defects in SIG’s P320 semi-automatic pistol.