The Supremes Give Trump A Victory On Immigrant Detention Dispute

The Supreme court supports the Trump Administration’s ability to detain immigrants with criminal records at any time and deport them.

THE SUPREME COURT: In a 5-4 decision the Supremes reversed the 9th circuit’s finding which only detains illegal aliens is detained by officials as soon as he or she is released from jail.

JUSTICE SAMUEL ALITO: Alito’s different ideology made him want to fight back the decision, “If the alien evades arrest for some short period of time according to respondents, even 24 hours is too long the mandatory detention requirement is inapplicable, and the alien must have an opportunity to apply for release on bond or parole.”

THE SUPREME COURT: Will allow illegal aliens who commit crimes to be detained with out bail or bonds and be deported while waiting in jail.

JUSTICE STEPHEN BREYER: He did not agree with the majority supremes to rule this over, he said, “I would have thought that Congress meant to adhere to these values and did not intend to allow the Government to apprehend persons years after their release from prison and hold them indefinitely without a bail hearing.”

He spoke on values and stated, “In my view, the Court should interpret the words of this statute to reflect Congress’ likely intent, an intent that is consistent with our basic values.”

CONCLUSION: The Supreme Court gave the Trump Administration a victory in winning them over to reverse the 9th circuit.

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