On December 2, 2022, the ACLU of New Hampshire -- along with the New England First Amendment Coalition, Union Leader Corporation, and the Caledonian Record Publication Co., Inc.
These cases involve how the First Circuit should determine whether an immigration petition for review was properly filed at the First Circuit. Since the Fourth Circuit’s decision in Herrera-Alcala v. Garland, 39 F.4th 233 (4th Cir.
John Does v. Manchester Police Department; BLM-Manchester and ACLU-NH v. Manchester Police Department
Filed on October 5, 2022, this case concerns the Manchester Police Department’s investigation into Officer Christian Horn’s sustained misconduct where he, while on duty in February 2021, texted other officers a meme that made a “joke” out of the May 2020 murder of George Floyd a
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