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Prosecutorial discretion and administrative closure in immigration law: A new adjudicatory rule
At first blush, it may seem curious that the concept of prosecutorial discretion has any pertinence to immigration cases. As we know, prosecutors have unmitigated powers in charging individuals with crimes, opting not to bring a charge at all, or making recommendations concerning plea bargains, sentencing, or conferring immunity to the accused, as well as witnesses. See, Bordenkircher v. Hayes, 434 U.S. 357 (1978).
Real estate in Israel—Prepare for probate
A look at the Israeli laws and procedures relating to a U.S. citizen who dies leaving real estate in Israel, and practical advice to those who currently hold real estate in Israel to ease the property's future transfer.
Recent decisions of interest to international and immigration law practitioners.
Recent cases of interest to international and immigration law practitioners.
Cases of interest to international & immigration law practitioners.
Recent cases of interest to international & immigration law practitioners.
Save money in international law by performing your own Chinese legal research
This article first provides a general model for how to perform Chinese legal research and discusses each step in the model to enable the reader to perform his or her own research. It then suggests specific legal services, provides other ways of obtaining English-based legal information, and determines when foreign attorneys must rely on Chinese legal counsel
Women in conflict—A UN response
Rather than conventional war tools such as guns, tanks, and bombs, raping and abusing women seemingly became a favorite tactic in many war-torn countries.