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Domestic Terrorism: Sentencing Appeal in the Infamous D.C. Sniper Case

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April brought us the bomber who terrorized Austin, Texas, for two weeks with random mail-bomb attacks. That type of domestic terrorism, however, is nothing new. Domestic Terrorism: The D.C. Sniper Case in 2002 Rewind to October 2002 in the Maryland-D.C.-Virginia area. As you may recall, the so-called D.C. Sniper terrorized that entire region for three…

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Aiding Illegal Immigrants: Law and Free Speech

Aiding Illegal Immigrants, Aid to Illegal Immigrants, Undocumented Immigrants

It seems logical that it is illegal to assist undocumented or illegal immigrants in entering the U.S. without following any of the immigration procedures. However, the question of an immigration consultant providing aid to an undocumented or illegal immigrant is a bit more complex. Does a prohibition on advising someone who resides in the U.S.…

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