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Court: Supreme Court and Immigration Law

court: Immigration law says that if noncitizens commit a crime for which they can be deported, the government should take them into custody for potential removal when they're released from prison or jail, according to Metro News. A person detained immediately can be held indefinitely. The Supreme Court agreed Monday to consider the issue. The government argues the same is true if the person is released and then later detained for possible removal. The U.S. Court of Appeals for the 9th Circuit ruled that noncitizens not promptly detained must be given the opportunity to be released on bond. ( As reported in the news.