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Family Court judge’s removal upheld

The removal of an Onondaga County Family Court judge for having sexual contact with his handicapped 5-year-old niece more than 40 years ago will stand. The state Court of Appeals on Thursday unanimously agreed to uphold the Aug. 17 decision ...

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Court: Illegal children can’t rely on parents’ status to avoid removal

On Monday, the U.S. Supreme Court unanimously ruled that illegal immigrant children convicted of a crime can’t utilize the lawful permanent resident status of their parents to obtain cancellation of removal. The ruling in the consolidated cases of Holder v. ...

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Boley ordered removed

On Monday, Executive Office of Immigration Review Judge John C. Reid ordered the removal of Clarkson resident and alleged Liberian war crimes criminal George Saigbe Boley Sr. from the United States for his role in human rights abuses committed during ...

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Man wants 88-year-old judge removed from case

NEW YORK — A 60-year-old New York City man suing for age discrimination wants the judge removed from the case because he says he’s too old. Martin Stoner wrote in a judicial complaint that 88-year-old federal Judge Robert Patterson could barely see unless he put his face almost on top of a document.

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Immigration: Oouch v. Department of Homeland Security

U.S. Court of Appeals, Second Circuit Immigration Removal — Aggravated Felony Oouch v. Department of Homeland Security 09-4834-ag Appealed from the Board of Immigration Appeals Background: Petitioner seeks review of an Oct. 23, 2009 decision of the Board of Immigration ...

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