Trump Wins: Supreme Court Rules Convicted Illegals Can Be Detained and Deported

Mar 20, 2019 By Sara Carter The Supreme Court ruled in favor of the Trump administration Tuesday, allowing federal officials to detain and deport illegal immigrants after they have served their time in the U.S. for other crimes. It was a 5-4 decision that reversed the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals, which restricted when the immigrants could be … More Trump Wins: Supreme Court Rules Convicted Illegals Can Be Detained and Deported

SCOTUS Justices Express Skepticism About Arguments Against Trump Travel Ban

April 27, 2018 by  Warren Mass   As justices of the Supreme Court heard arguments in the case of Trump v. Hawaii on April 25, their line of questioning indicated that the four more conservative members of the High Court, as well as Justice Anthony Kennedy — who is often a “swing vote” — appeared to be sympathetic … More SCOTUS Justices Express Skepticism About Arguments Against Trump Travel Ban

Power Move: Gorsuch Opts Out Of High Court Labor Pool

Why are Clerks deciding what gets heard at SCOTUS? May 27, 2017 by Kevin Daley   In an early show of independence, Justice Neil Gorsuch declined to join the Supreme Court’s “cert pool,” an administrative division of labor that allows for efficient review of the deluge of petitions the justices receive each term. Adam Liptak … More Power Move: Gorsuch Opts Out Of High Court Labor Pool