BizPac Review: Supreme Court rules against previously deported illegal aliens seeking to re-enter

IRLI In The News

July 1, 2021

By Terresa Monroe-Hamilton

The Supreme Court has issued a devastating 6-3 ruling that delivers a harsh blow to previously deported immigrants detained after attempting to reenter the U.S. illegally and claim asylum.

On Tuesday, the high court ruled along ideological lines in an opinion written by Justice Samuel Alito that some illegal immigrants do not have a right to a bond hearing concerning whether they should be released from detention while their asylum claims are being processed by the government. Justices Kagan, Breyer, and Sotomayor dissented in the Johnson v. Guzman Chavez ruling.

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