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Posts tagged "supreme court; immigration; detention; bond"

El Tribunal Supremo dictamina que los inmigrantes detenidos no tienen derecho a audiencias de fianza

El martes, una decisión anunciada por un Tribunal Supremo dividido dictaminó que los inmigrantes detenidos que enfrentan la posible deportación del gobierno de los Estados Unidos no tienen derecho a una audiencia de fianza cada seis meses, lo que significa que los inmigrantes pueden ser retenidos por el gobierno federal durante meses o años sin posibilidad de pagar fianza. La Unión Estadounidense de Libertades Civiles (ACLU) ha dicho que cerca de 34,000 inmigrantes son detenidos diariamente en los Estados Unidos, y el 90% de los casos de inmigrantes detenidos se resuelven dentro de seis meses. Pero algunos casos toman mucho

Supreme Court Rules That Detained Immigrants Aren't Entitled to Bond Hearings

On Tuesday, a decision announced by a divided Supreme Court ruled that detained immigrants who face possible deportation by the United States government are not entitled to a bond hearing every six months, which means that immigrants can be held by the federal government for months or years without the chance to post bail. The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) has said that about 34,000 immigrants are detained daily in the United States, and 90% of detained immigrants' cases are resolved within six months. But some cases take much longer. 

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