Supreme Court upholds Trump on deportation of asylum seekers

10 months ago

The U.S. Supreme Court upheld President Donald Trump, ruling that migrants who are subject to an expedited deportation procedure cannot appeal to the federal court for negative asylum decisions, reports CBS.

According to a court ruling, expedited expulsions of asylum seekers are not a violation of rights or constitutional guarantees against unlawful detention.

According to the decision of the judge of the Supreme Court, Samuel Alito, those asylum seekers whom the government is trying to deport without trial are not entitled to apply for the habeas corpus procedure (the concept of English law, which guaranteed personal freedom).

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