WASHINGTON, March 19 (Reuters) – The Supreme Court on Tuesday pleaded with the US government's authority to arrest immigrants awaiting deportation, possibly even years after they have been convicted of criminal convictions, what gives President Donald Trump a victory Hardline Immigration Policy.
The court ruled that the federal authorities could pick up such immigrants and detain them indefinitely at any time, ending their prison sentences.
The verdict, drafted by Conservative Justice Minister Samuel Alito, leaves open the possibility that individual immigrants may challenge federal law for constitutional reasons if they are detained long after their execution.  RELATED: Immigrant Detention Center
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19659022] The liberal justice chief Stephen Breyer wondered if the US Congress, when he wrote the law, "should allow the government to take people years after their release Detain her from prison and detain her indefinitely without hearing the bail. "
The Trump Administration Appalled In a case that favored immigrants, since a lower court ruling was passed, a ruling that it said would undermine the government's ability to deport immigrants who have committed crimes. Since taking office in January 2017, Trump has set limits on legal and illegal immigrants.
The plaintiffs included two legitimate US citizens involved in separate cases in 2013, a Cambodian immigrant named Mony Preap convicted of marijuana possession, and a Palestinian immigrant named Bassam Yusuf Khoury for attempting a controlled one Substance, condemned.
Under the Federal Immigration Act, immigrants convicted of certain crimes are detained during their deportation process. They can be held indefinitely without a bond hearing after they have completed their penalties.
(Report by Lawrence Hurley, editorial by Will Dunham)