The problem with this Mellouli case is they’re trying to argue that a sock can be drug paraphernalia. Obviously there needs to be a separate ground of inadmissibility for possession of socks. Bottom line. Get on it, Congress.

On our next edition of C2C we will speak to former BIA member Lory Rosenberg and see if she would like to apologize for the BIA. If she does, we will have an extra long show since there is a lot to apologize for. (Please note that Stephen Robbins loves the BIA and all of its employees.) You can check out what Lory is up to here. Spoiler alert: she’s a better attorney than we are.

In addition to Lory we have Craig Shagin representing the Third…Third Circuit area, that is. Craig will talk about the Melllouli case that is currently being decided by the Supreme Court. A blog post he wrote on it can be found on our friend Cesar Cuauhtémoc García Hernández’s crImmigration blogCraig won the same argument regarding paraphernalia in the 3rd that was lost in the 8th. Hopefully he will mock the attorneys that handled it in the 8th. We don’t fight in nerd wars, we start nerd wars. 

We will also talk about the State of the Union (I didn’t watch it. Hope Stephen did. (Ed. I didn’t watch it either. Oops)), Muslim No-Go Zones and Stephen will break down the Superbowl. Last and probably least, we have a great Golden Cantaloupe. Here’s my nomination. Seriously, there has been some really dumb stuff said lately. Submit your favorite and if we pick yours we will say it on the air and put you name on our blog.  Sweet!

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