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Freedom From Detention: The Constitutionality Of Mandatory Detention For Criminal Aliens Seeking To Challenge Grounds For Removal, Darlene Goring Jan 2017

Freedom From Detention: The Constitutionality Of Mandatory Detention For Criminal Aliens Seeking To Challenge Grounds For Removal, Darlene Goring

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The article focuses on the immigration system of the U.S., and mentions constitutionality of mandatory detention for criminal aliens who are seeking to challenge grounds for removal. Topics include U.S. Supreme Court case Demore v. Kim, which deals with mandatory detention during removal proceedings; current statutory framework governing mandatory detention for criminal aliens; and modification of the mandatory detention framework offering protection of the fundamental liberty.


Operation Sojourner: The Government Infiltration Of The Sanctuary Movement In The 1980s And Its Legacy On The Modern Central American Refugee Crisis, Kristina M. Campbell Jan 2017

Operation Sojourner: The Government Infiltration Of The Sanctuary Movement In The 1980s And Its Legacy On The Modern Central American Refugee Crisis, Kristina M. Campbell

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This Article will discuss “Operation Sojourner,” the federal government’s covert infiltration, and subsequent criminal prosecution, of persons involved in the Sanctuary Movement in the 1980s, as well as its impact on the modern Sanctuary Movement in Arizona and the Southwest occurring in response to the current Central American refugee crisis. Section I will provide an overview of the Sanctuary Movement in the 1980s, and the general religious beliefs and philosophies of those involved in the movement. Section II will discuss the genesis of Operation Sojourner by the former Immigration and Nationality Service (INS) in the early 1980s, and the criminal …