The U.S. Supreme Court said Monday that it would re-hear a case on the rights of detained immigrants, weighing whether they can be held indefinitely without being offered bail.
The case could be crucial in the Trump administration’s crackdown on illegal immigration and its efforts to deport legal immigrants with criminal records.
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The decision to essentially re-try the case suggested justices may have been deadlocked four to four, and that conservative justice Neil Gorsuch, newly added to the court by President Donald Trump, could be the swing vote in deciding whether immigrants have protections from indefinite detention.
The court first heard arguments over the pivotal case in November amid a crackdown on illegal immigration by president Barack Obama’s government.
But the case has taken on
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