U.S. Supreme Court Arizona’s ruling – How it affects Alabama
U.S. Supreme Court Rules on Arizona’s Immigration Law:
Comments on the decision and how it affects Alabama
By: Anna L. Scully and Mac B. Greaves, Burr & Forman, LLP
On June 25, 2012, the United State Supreme Court struck down several portions of Arizona’s S.B. 1070, one of the first state immigration laws, and the law after which Alabama’s H.B. 56 is largely modeled. In the decision of Arizona v. United States, the Court considered four provisions of Arizona’s law, to see the details login to the members only section, you will find the full Burr & Forman notice under the Govenment tab.
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