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A group of immigration judges is defying rulings by the nation's largest federal appellate court and has kept hundreds of people, possibly thousands, behind bars, sometimes for years, without any chance to make their case for freedom. The detainees are caught in a crossfire between the judges and one of the highest courts in the land. Waiting for a day in court U.S.
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In short: that case does deal with initial bond hearings, but doesn’t address the requirement for a bond hearing for prolonged detention - because that requirement is already mandatory precedent there. Even in withholding cases. https://t.co/uymrHcivQB
In fact, the Padilla Ramirez case says (in the section you quote @MarenMachles) that the Ninth has repeatedly said serious constitutional concerns would arise from prolonged detention w/o bond hearing.So, they they won’t mess with a ruling that has long been their position. https://t.co/XWxUpIyIXy
Ever heard of a judge who defies a higher court, and claims to have 'no jurisdiction' to hold a bond hearing-- trapping people in detention? Welcome to U.S. immigration courts-- where no constitutional safeguards are no problem. Scripps News investigates: https://t.co/p9ZmCIqLdE
A group of immigration judges is defying rulings by a federal appellate court - and has kept hundreds of people behind bars, sometimes for years, denying them access to bond hearings. Read our @scrippsnews investigation. #GiveLighthttps://t.co/p9ZmCIqLdE
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