February 24, 2022
By Hannah Albarazi
A group of Texas sheriffs urged a federal judge Tuesday to reconsider his refusal to preliminarily enjoin Biden administration policies prioritizing national security and public safety in immigration enforcement efforts, saying the judge was incorrect in asserting the issue is currently being considered by the Fifth Circuit.
The group of sheriffs, counties and the Federal Police Foundation’s ICE Officers Division urged U.S. District Judge Jeffrey Vincent Brown to rethink an order he issued Monday denying without prejudice their bid to preliminarily enjoin the enforcement of immigration directives issued shortly after President Joe Biden took office.
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