CA6 evidence sufficient supports
The court finds that the petitioner’s removability was established by clear and convincing CA6 evidence sufficient supports, as sufficient evidence supports the IJ’s ruling that the petitioner entered into a fraudulent marriage for the purpose of gaining lawful admission into the U.S. (King v. Holder, 6/29/09). Jurisprudence teaches us that for circumstantial evidence to be sufficient to support a conviction, all circumstances must be consistent with each other, consistent with the hypothesis that the accused is guilty, and at the same time inconsistent with the hypothesis that he is innocent. Circumstantial evidence requires drawing additional reasonable inferences in order to support the claim. Evidence may be direct or circumstantial. Adequate evidence means information sufficient to support the reasonable belief that a particular act or omission has occurred. The word sufficient does not mean conclusive. Conclusive evidence is evidence that serves to establish a fact or the truth of something.