Case Summary: 18-CV-928-MJP
This is a case concerns allegations by a class of people seeking admission to the United States that the processes by which the government schedules (a) interviews for detained immigrants to determine whether they can apply for asylum and (b) bond hearings to determine whether they can be released pending an asylum decision (as well as the procedures utilized in the bond hearings) are unconstitutional.
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