June 14, 2022
By Stephen Dinan
The Supreme Court delivered an affirmation of the government’s system of detaining illegal immigrants, ruling Monday in two cases against migrants who’d sought the ability to be released while they fought their removal proceedings.
The justices shot down a class action ruling out of California that had granted noncitizens the right to a bond hearing to be released from detention, and also overturned another lower court decision in Pennsylvania that said the law requires the government to grant bond hearings.
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