The Washington Times: Judge spanks DHS for sending officers to illegal immigrants’ homes

IRLI In The News

May 23, 2024

By Stephen Dinan

A federal judge delivered a rebuke to the Department of Homeland Security over deportation officers’ practice of approaching illegal immigrants at their homes, ruling that “knock and talk” violates the Constitution.

Judge Otis D. Wright II said U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement officers in the Los Angeles area were using knock-and-talk as a pretext for arresting a target. He said that runs afoul of the Fourth Amendment.

Read the full story at The Washington Times.

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