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The Supreme Court Ruled That Immigrants With a Criminal Past Can Be Detained Years After Serving Time

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The Supreme Court Ruled That Immigrants With a Criminal Past Can Be Detained Years After Serving Time

The Supreme Court Ruled That Immigrants With a Criminal Past Can Be Detained Years After Serving Time

The Supreme Court ruled Tuesday that the government can detain immigrants with past criminal records even after they have completed their prison terms.

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