Minors May Get Immigration Bail Hearings, Court Rules

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Unaccompanied minors in immigration detention are entitled to bail hearings in front of an immigration judge, a federal appeals court panel ruled unanimously, Politico reports. The Justice Department argued that a 2002 law transferring responsibility for unaccompanied immigrant minors to the Department of Health and Human Services and a 2008 law aimed at limiting human trafficking superseded a 1997 settlement under . . .

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