CA6 on Binding Concession by Attorney, CIMT: Hanna v. Holder

"[W]e grant Hanna’s petition for review, reverse the BIA’s holding that Hanna’s admission is binding, and relieve Hanna of his attorney’s concession of removability.  Because the BIA’s determination that Hanna is removable is predicated on this concession, we reverse the finding that Hanna is removable.  We remand to the BIA to determine, consistent with this opinion, whether Hanna’s specific offense under Mich. Comp. Laws § 750.82 is a crime involving moral turpitude." - Hanna v. Holder, Jan. 17, 2014.  [Hats off to Faten Tina Shuker!]