Long-time Permanent Resident Subject to "Mandatory Detention"

Memorandum & Order of Federal District Court Granting Petition for Habeas Corpus and Ordering Bond Hearing--Client Released One Week Later

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District Court of New Jersey grants Long-time Permanent Resident's Petition for Habeas Corpus, disagreeing with the Department of Homeland Security that Petitioner was subject to "mandatory detention" with no right to bond hearing. Following decision, Petitioner was released on bond in less than one week.

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Reference Info:Decision | Federal, 3rd Circuit, New Jersey | United States

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