Congress is currently considering legislation that would route all immigration appeals to the Federal U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals. Whether you view this proposal as preposterous or brilliant, it does present an intriguing possibility, writes attorney Howard J. Bashman. There assuredly are other categories of appeals that the regional federal appellate courts view as dry, needlessly complex, burdensome or inconsequential. Perhaps these cases, too, could be sent to the Federal Circuit?
Giving It to the Federal Circuit: Why Stop at Immigration Appeals?
Special to Law.com
April 10, 2006
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