Tagged: 4th Circuit Survey

Week 32 (2020)

In Casa De Maryland, Inc. v. Trump, the Fourth Circuit declined to define what individuals would be included in the Immigration and Nationality Act’s “public charge” provision, which states “that any alien ‘who is likely at any time to become a public charge is inadmissible.’”

Week 31 (2020)

In United States v. Brunson, the Fourth Circuit held that three wiretap orders from the Department of Justice (“DOJ”)—which included only the title, not the name of the DOJ official authorizing the wiretap—were sufficient orders that complied with the Wiretap Act.