Obama Judge: Illegal Alien Who Used FAKE Federal Docs to Get Driver’s License Did NOT Commit a Crime

borderpac.org | 6/24/2019 | Staff
Click For Photo: http://borderpac.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/03/obama-judge-illegal-docs-no-crime.jpg




Sharing is caring!

According to a ruling by Obama-appointed federal Judge Beth Bloom, it is not a crime for an illegal alien to use fake federal documents to obtain a state license.

Rubman - Ardon - Chinchilla - Roofer - Broward

Rubman Ardon Chinchilla is a roofer who lives in Broward County, Florida and has been illegally living in the US for decades.

Chinchilla got busted using fake immigration documents in order to obtain a Florida driver’s license and was indicted on two counts of violating federal law.

Chinchilla - Aliens - Order - Supervision - Form

Chinchilla was one of 20 illegal aliens who was arrested for using an “Order of Supervision,” — this is a specific federal form to prove to the Florida Department of Highway and Safety that an individual is allowed to be in the US.

Mr. Chinchilla and the illegal aliens lawyered up and fought the charges, arguing that the Florida Department of Highway and Safety doesn’t allow for an “Order of Supervision” to be used as proof of legal status in the US.

Miami - Judge - Beth - Bloom - Charges

Miami federal judge Beth Bloom threw out the charges on a highly technical legal argument and opened the doors for the other illegal aliens caught in the bust to not only beat their cases, but maybe also get to stay in the United States.

The Miami Herald reported:

Miami - Judge - Charges - Chinchilla - Law

But a Miami federal judge has now thrown out criminal charges against Chinchilla, saying there’s no actual law that says the form can even be used to prove an “authorized stay in the United States.” It’s a highly technical legal argument, but it’s opening the door for the others arrested in the sting to beat their cases, and maybe even stay in the United States.

The decision was made earlier this month by U.S. District Judge Beth Bloom. The U.S. Attorney’s Office in Miami, in court filings this week, said it will appeal the decision.

Defendant

At least one other defendant is...
(Excerpt) Read more at: borderpac.org
Wake Up To Breaking News!
Sign In or Register to comment.

Welcome to Long Room!

Where The World Finds Its News!