Monday, May 02, 2005

Minor Third Circuit decisions

The Third Circuit often makes a number of minor rulings that it considers non-precedential. These include:

Ruano-Orellano v. Attorney General, No. 04-2306 (3d Cir. Apr. 29, 2005): denying immigrant's argument that he and his attorney did not receive notice of a court hearing because there were no sworn statements in the record that they failed to receive the hearing notice. Pointing out that one of the court's letters was returned for insufficient postage does not undermine how the court sent it a second time with proper postage. Unhelpful that the immigrant never submitted an affidavit to back up his side of the story.


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