Tag Archives: Detention

Federal Court Blocks Trump Administration’s Arbitrary Detention of Asylum Seekers

Photo courtesy of the ACLU Here is news from the ACLU: A federal court has blocked the arbitrary detention of asylum seekers fleeing persecution, torture, or death in their countries of origin. It also ordered a case-by-case review of whether… … Continue reading

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Trump’s Executive Order Provides for Detention of More Pregnant Immigrants

Under the Obama administration, it was the policy of Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agents not to detain pregnant immigrants except under extraordinary circumstances. The Trump administration’s executive order ordering a crackdown on undocumented immigrants living in the U.S., however, … Continue reading

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CLINIC: A Guide to Obtaining Release From Immigration Detention

President Trump has made it clear that immigrant detention will continue to be aggressively employed as an immigration enforcement tool. Consequently, A Guide to Obtaining Release From Immigration Detention released by CLINIC no doubt will prove useful to many immigration… … Continue reading

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Venezuelan drug smuggling – CTL and recovery for detention under Institute clauses

Navigators Insurance Company Limited v Atlasnavios-Navegacao LDA [2018] UKSC 26 In a decision handed down yesterday (22 May) the Supreme  Court  held that where a vessel was used by unknown third parties in an unsuccessful attempt to export cocaine from … Continue reading

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New on LLRX – Detainers, Detention and Deportation: From Presence to Personhood

Via LLRX.com – Detainers, Detention and Deportation: From Presence to Personhood – Ken Strutin’s latest guide on criminal law is an expansive, extensively documented, expert work that provides researchers, scholars, lawyers, judges, advocates for criminal justice, librarians, students, and Americans, … Continue reading

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