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Prompt Hearings

Individuals detained by Immigration and Customs Enforcement must appear before a judge within 10 days of their arrest, a federal court in New York ruled in a class action suit that claims the federal agency’s failure to provide prompt initial hearings is unconstitutional.

MANHATTAN — Individuals detained by Immigration and Customs Enforcement must appear before a judge within 10 days of their arrest, a federal court in New York ruled in a class action suit that claims the federal agency’s failure to provide prompt initial hearings is unconstitutional. 

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