Fortunately, the Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals just ruled in Garces vs. Attorney General that when a foreign national has been convicted for trafficking in controlled substances and that conviction has been vacated, there is not enough evidence to justify a "reason to believe" removal. This is true even though the arrest report describes the foreigner’s involvement in the drug trafficking.
So in several states including Florida, police reports even when coupled with a conviction that is later vacated, are not enough to have someone deported on these grounds.
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