Supreme Court Holds That Only Substances Defined as “Controlled” Under §802 Trigger Removal

The Supreme Court reversed the Eighth Circuit, finding that INA §237(a)(2)(B)(i) triggers removal only when the government can prove a connection between an element of an immigrant’s drug conviction and a “controlled substance” as defined in 21 USC §802.

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What is a ‘controlled substance’ for removal purposes