Those of us who closely follow the machinations of the Supreme Court were expecting the Monday of Thanksgiving Week to be a big one. But instead of the expected and much-anticipated rulings on the two Texas SB8 cases, we received one decision and an order list full of certiorari denials.

One of the orders, though, is very interesting. A Mexican woman facing removal for using a fake Social Security number lost her case when the U.S. Supreme Court declined to hear her arguments for why the offense shouldn’t be classified a “crime of moral turpitude.”

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