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Weekly Fourth Circuit Summaries

Week 39

Chavez v. Hott (Harris 10/10/2019): The Fourth Circuit held that noncitizens subject to reinstated removal orders who seek withholding of removal are entitled to individualized bond hearings during the pendency of their “withholding only” proceedings. . . .

Week 38

United States v. Smith (Richardson 9/27/2019): The Fourth Circuit held that, under North Carolina law, a plea of guilty followed by conditional discharge is not a “conviction” in the context of the federal felon-in-possession statute. . . .

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