Improper Evidence: Motions to Suppress, Preclude, and Exclude AC18 (.MP3)
Recent immigration directives favor an “arrest, don't check” policy, where everyone who “appears to be or might be undocumented” is swept up and detained. Learn how to stop the government from using improperly obtained evidence, respond when the government acts without authorization or a warrant, and protect your clients from over-eager enforcement actions.
- How to Identify When Evidence Was Not Properly Obtained
- How to Respond When the Government Tries to Use Improper Evidence
- How to Use Motions to Suppress, Preclude, and Exclude
- Maria T. Baldini-Potermin (DL), AILA Federal Court Litigation Section Steering Committee Chair, Chicago, IL
- Rex Chen, New York, NY
- Hans Meyer, Denver, CO
- Melissa Crow, Washington, DC
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