Supreme Court: using made-up Social Security number isn't identity theft (immigration enforcement)
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The US Supreme Court has ruled that a law often used by prosecutors to penalize illegal immigrants who use false identification documents to gain employment overstepped its mark.
The highest US court ruled Monday in favor of Mexican Flores Figueroa, stating that the government must be required to "show that the defendant knew that the means of identification at issue belonged to another person."
The court's decision is probably correct; the solution would be to modify the relevant laws in some way.