AILA Submits Amicus Brief Arguing That a NY Conviction for Cocaine Is Not a Controlled Substance Offense

AILA submitted an amicus brief to the Second Circuit in Paiz v. Garland arguing that a New York conviction for cocaine is not an offense relating to a federally controlled substance because the definition of cocaine in New York is overbroad and indivisible and no additional showing of realistic probability is required where the statutory mismatch is clear.

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Cite as AILA Doc. No. 21031730.

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