The Supreme Court held on Tuesday that the government can detain -- without a bond hearing -- immigrants with past criminal records, even if years have passed since they were released from criminal custody.
There is no requirement for a bond hearing even if they are picked up years after release from custody for crimes that could result in deportation, the court’s conservative majority finds.
Some justices wonder whether Richmond’s House Republicans have the right to appeal a lower-court ruling.
The justices turned down pleas from a death-row inmate claiming a juror in his case was racist.
The Supreme Court agreed on Monday to take up a case concerning Lee Boyd Malvo, who was convicted for his role in the sniper shooting spree that took place in the Washington, DC, area in 2002.
The Supreme Court declined on Monday to take up the case of Georgia death row inmate Keith Tharpe, who claims a juror voted to put him to death because of his race.
Between Sept. 5 and Oct. 22, 2002, John Allen Muhammad and Malvo killed 10 people and wounded others in sniper attacks in Virginia, Maryland and the District of Columbia.
The justices will be judging the prosecutor and whether he discriminated against potential jurors who are black.
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