Monday, June 6, 2016

Case of the Day: United States v. Malik, 2016 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 71511 (D. Kan. June 1, 2016)


Defendant, an immigrant from Pakistan, faces a denaturalization proceeding on the charges that he had already been married when he married a U.S. citizen, thereby obtaining U.S. citizenship. Plaintiff United States sought to depose Defendant's daughter from the alleged first marriage. Defendant sought to quash the deposition subpoena, or in the alternative, limit the scope of the subpoena such that the deposition would not tread on embarrassing personal details. The court granted the second request.


How often do you see the charges of bigamy in modern cases?

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