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Federal judge: Holding inmates longer on immigration detainers is unconstitutional

A federal court judge in California ruled last Thursday that the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department violated the constitutional rights of thousands of inmates that the agency detained for federal immigration authorities without probable cause, the latest in a series of legal blows to a strategy that forms the linchpin of the Trump administration’s crackdown […]
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