July 8, 2022
By Neil Munro
Biden’s Department of Homeland Security “simply lacks the [legal] authority to make that [detention release] choice when the statutes plainly mandate such categorical [detention] treatment,” the judges said.
“Had the administration won … it would have gone on releasing [convicted] criminal aliens” from detention centers, said Dale L. Wilcox, executive director and general counsel of the Immigration Reform Law Institute. “We … applaud the Fifth Circuit for denying the administration the extra time it sought to violate the law and endanger Americans,” he added.
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