Supreme Court rules against bond hearings for migrants while in detention

The Supreme Court ruled on Monday that illegal immigrants don’t have a right to a bond hearing when detained.

The decision involved two separate cases regarding Mexican nationals an a person from El Salvador who were detained after previously being deported.

“Respondents sought withholding of removal under the INA based on their fear that, if returned to their countries of origin, they would face persecution or torture,” Justice Sonia Sotomayer stated in her opinion.

“The case was brought to the high court under the Trump administration and was inherited by the Biden administration, which continued to pursue the previous administration’s fight,” Breitbart News added, according to the Associated Press.

The new move angered some siding with immigrants’ rights as the Biden administration continues to drive the border crisis through its lax policies.

The new move helps uphold the rule of law along the border, but doesn’t put a stop to the record levels of illegal immigrants entering the nation during President Joe Biden’s term in office.

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