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The English held the city for 16 months and defeated several attempts to expel them. After the victory of the Bourbons at the Battle of Almansa on 25 April 1707, the English army evacuated Valencia and Philip V ordered the repeal of the privileges of Valencia as punishment for the kingdom's support of Charles of Austria.


Case opinion for US 9th Circuit PELAYO GARCIA v. HOLDER. Read the Court's full decision on FindLaw.


Aug 17, 2015 ... FOR THE NINTH CIRCUIT. ROBERTO LOPEZ-VALENCIA, AKA. Adelado Cortez, . Petitioner, v. LORETTA E. LYNCH, Attorney. General,. Respondent. No. 12- 73210 ... The panel granted Roberto Lopez-Valencia's petition for review of ..... 5 In Garcia, we “assume[d] . . . without deciding,” that California's theft.


May 26, 2017 ... (quoting Lopez-Valencia v. Lynch, 798 F.3d 863, 867–68 (9th Cir. 2015)). Under this categorical approach, if “the elements of the state crime are the same as or narrower than the elements of the federal offense, then the state crime is a categorical match and every conviction under that statute qualifies as ...


Nov 2, 2011 ... Opinion for Garcia v. Holder, 659 F.3d 1261 — Brought to you by Free Law Project, a non-profit dedicated to creating high quality open legal information.


Garcia Marquez, a/k/a Carlos. Marquez, Petitioner, v. Eric H. HOLDER, Jr., United States. Attorney General, Respondent. No. 08–9579. United States Court of Appeals,. Tenth Circuit. Oct. 27, 2009. Background: Alien, a native and citizen of. El Salvador, petitioned for review of the decision of the Board of Immigration Ap-.


Aug 2, 2015 ... In Garcia v. Lynch, __ F.3d __,. 2015 WL 4899018 (Fletcher, Owens,. Wardlaw) ( 9th Cir. August 18, 2015), the Ninth Circuit held that the crimi- nal alien review bar under “INA § 242. (a)(2)(C) does not bar review of the denial of a procedural motion that are independent of the merits of the removal order.”.


Aug 17, 2015 ... Lopez-Valencia v. Lynch. "Adhering to the methodology established by Descamps and our follow-on opinion in Rendon v. Holder, 764 F.3d 1077 (9th Cir . 2014), we conclude that a conviction under California's theft statute is not an aggravated felony because it is not a “theft offense” as defined by 8 U.S.C. ...


About The NCAP. The BC Ninth Circuit Appellate Program provides pro bono representation to non-citizens with criminal convictions. A central criticism of immigration law is that it treats hundreds of crimes the same, failing to take into account that state and federal judges consider specific offenses not serious or deserving ...