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Appeals Court Says Years-Long Immigrant Detentions Unconstitutional
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Imprisonment of immigrants fighting deportation cases for long periods; without letting them get bail hearings is illegal. This ruling came from the U.S. Court of Appeals in Philadelphia because of a case from a Senegalese native Cheikh Diop. Diop was in custody for almost three years because of a previous drug conviction.

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Years-long immigrant detentions unconstitutional, appeals court rules

  
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