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David Antonio Lara-Torres, A094 218 294 (BIA Jan. 28, 2014)

David Antonio Lara-Torres, A094 218 294 (BIA Jan. 28, 2014)

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In this unpublished decision, the Board of Immigration Appeals (BIA) upheld the grant of a motion to suppress and terminated proceedings where the immigration judge found that officers of the National Security Agency held the respondent for approximately four hours after he accidentally turned into an NSA facility, and that non-Hispanic drivers who committed the same traffic violation were not held or questioned about their immigration status. The Board also held that that evidence of the respondent’s alienage obtained from a database of the Maryland Motor Vehicle Administration was not sufficiently attenuated from the unlawful seizure. The decision was written by Member Edward Grant and joined by Vice Chairman Charles Adkins-Blanch and Member John Guendelsberger.

Looking for IRAC’s Index of Unpublished BIA Decisions? Visit www.irac.net/unpublished/index
In this unpublished decision, the Board of Immigration Appeals (BIA) upheld the grant of a motion to suppress and terminated proceedings where the immigration judge found that officers of the National Security Agency held the respondent for approximately four hours after he accidentally turned into an NSA facility, and that non-Hispanic drivers who committed the same traffic violation were not held or questioned about their immigration status. The Board also held that that evidence of the respondent’s alienage obtained from a database of the Maryland Motor Vehicle Administration was not sufficiently attenuated from the unlawful seizure. The decision was written by Member Edward Grant and joined by Vice Chairman Charles Adkins-Blanch and Member John Guendelsberger.

Looking for IRAC’s Index of Unpublished BIA Decisions? Visit www.irac.net/unpublished/index

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For more unpublished BIA decisions, visit www.irac.net/unpublished
Cite as: David Antonio Lara-Torres, A094 218 294 (BIA Jan. 28, 2014)
 
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repoe  responden ges a he a udg's eson was oe  a resps d sod b aed  a  DSs appa sod be dsmssed We e no persa   Ds gmens d we af  mao dge's deon  h ons se
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See Matter f Barceas
 I&N De 6 6 (BA 88
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Cite as: David Antonio Lara-Torres, A094 218 294 (BIA Jan. 28, 2014)
 
 A094 218 294 fcers dd not psu diligenty th ac stp d instead cse to embk on a pl  vestigatin int te rspondents immgration stats wle easonbly pol gng his detentn r appoximately r hus
See United Stte v GunOrti
660 3d 757, 770 4th C 2011) mpaizing tht  ofcer who lwly stos  dividu r n prpose ut ans  psection f the stop t investgate a irent potential vlton h  easonaly pronged he stp);
United Stte v. Digivnni
650  3d 98, 50809  C. 2011) digence is nt present wher he polic cer andned the prsecution f  trac stop nd embked on oth sustained course of investigatin r were e uelatd qestions constitd e lk f te tactin tween the plice ofcer  te endt)
United Stte v Mn
628 3d 23, 32 4 Cr 2010) dng tt qesng nrted to  ntial justicatin   stp my vilate e urh edment f it nrasnaly rlongs the detentin f the individal wh as een stppe). Moreover, even tho e NSA fces  ltmtely gave te respondnt a rafc ctatin, e ul f thir esions related t hs immigratin stats We also ee w th Imatin dg at te rth Amendment vilatin descred by t responent was egrgus ecas it seemed t  base slly on race
(GonleRiver v S
22 3d 14, 43 4t Cir 199);
 ee o
 Tr at 4-15, 18, 2731), d tat sc cndct  wats suppression f e vdence bted
INS v LpeMend upr
at 051. The Immaton Judge made specic ndings f ct n this, wich ar nt clly eneus The miatin Judge und tat whe the respndent was detane, 20 oe drivers commited the se trc vilaon tat he hd cmmitted, yet only n er drivr, as Hispc, was uestioned regding his igatin status Both whte d black drivers were stpped briy  but were wed t pss d n thr dve ecived cittin r ing int the NSA ciity  Alhou the DHS sggested that the ter drivs may hav cme to  NSA city  pusely, e igration Judge nd tat t s impusi at a iver wh ntended to visit the NSA wold smpy  round d eave immeditly aer val, wtut ging inse the cility Ts nding als is not cearly enes W als gre that sppressin f the evidnce is apprpate hre becuse e sect f civil matn poceigs w not  win te zne f prm interest of e NA ocers wh stpped d qustioned e rspndent IJ at 214)
See United Stte v Jni
 428 US. 33, 458 1976) W her agree with te iation Jdge that te DH did nt met its urdn to jsti th mr in whic it tnd t evidence in qestin h, iclding edence m the Maryld Mto Vecl Amsatin, wch was otaed s a result f the unlawl actins of th NSA ocs As expesed by the  igratin Judge, citing
Wong Sn v United Stte
371 U 47, 49 964), te cnctin en the MVA rcords d te unaw cnduct of h NSA ocers is nt s attenutd as t dssipate e taint.  Aso, te DHS did nt prsnt geninely independent evidence f the respndnts ainage Nr did it submit afdats or testimny om e NSA ofcers cal ogs m e NA gathouse, or the evdence t rebut h ndng o a prim ce vlaion f t or mennt. erer, we aee w te Iitn Jdges deteination t tenate these prceedngs with prejudc n e asis tt the evdence n wch th DHS seeks to rely is sbject t supprssin
See Mtter  Grci
17 &N Dc 39 1980) iven e regg, we decline to disturb he Iiaion Judgs decision grntng the respondents motion to spprss venc d tat s rmova procedgs. 2
Cite as: David Antonio Lara-Torres, A094 218 294 (BIA Jan. 28, 2014)

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