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  • James Garcia Sotomayor - IMDb

    James Garcia Sotomayor, Director: Taught to Hate. James Garcia Sotomayor was born in Ecuador - a country with almost no film industry - and has come a long way from his very humble beginnings.

  • Supreme Court begins new session with James Garcia Dimaya ...

    Supreme Court begins new session with ... law case and then a deportation case involving James Garcia ... The Washington Times Comment ...

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    James Garcia Sotomayor Celebrity Profile - Check out the latest James Garcia Sotomayor photo gallery, biography, pics, pictures, interviews, news, forums and blogs at Rotten Tomatoes!

  • Supreme Court begins new session with James Garcia Dimaya case

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  • Docket for 15-1498 - Supreme Court of the United States

    No. 15-1498 : Title: ... Brief of respondent James Garcia Dimaya ... and an opinion with respect to Parts II and IV-A, in which Ginsburg, Breyer, and Sotomayor, JJ ...

  • Sessions v. Dimaya - Wikipedia

    Jefferson B. Sessions, III, Attorney General, Petitioner v. James Garcia Dimaya: Docket nos. 15-1498: Citations: 584 U.S. ___ ... Samuel Alito · Sonia Sotomayor

  • DIEGO AGUIRRE - Resume | Actors Access

    DIEGO AGUIRRE - SAG-AFTRA Play SlateShot. photos ... Dir. James Garcia Sotomayor. GODS AND DOLLS. Emanuel Rosario ... Dir. James Garcia. SPINNING INTO BUTTER.

  • Sessions v. Dimaya | Oyez

    James Garcia Dimaya, a native and citizen of the Philippines, was admitted to the United States as a lawful permanent resident in 1992. In 2007 and 2009, Dimaya was convicted under the California Penal Code for first-degree residential burglary; both convictions resulted in two years’ imprisonment.

  • Sessions v. Dimaya - SCOTUSblog

    Holding: 18 U. S. C. §16(b), which defines “violent felony” for purposes of the Immigration and Nationality Act’s removal provisions, is unconstitutionally vague. ...

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