Deportation for a Sin: Why Moral Turpitude is Void for Vagueness

"A major problem facing noncitizen criminal defendants today is the vagueness of the term “crime involving moral turpitude” (CIMT) in deportation law. The Supreme Court in the 1951 case Jordan v. DeGeorge decided that a statute authorizing deportation for a CIMT was not void...

CA9 on Preemption, Arizona S.B. 1070, Section 5: Valle Del Sol v. Whiting

"Plaintiffs challenge Arizona Revised Statutes § 13-2929, which attempts to criminalize the harboring and transporting of unauthorized aliens within the state of Arizona. The district court granted the plaintiffs’ motion for a preliminary injunction with respect to this provision on the...