Skip to comments.Judge Rules DACA Recipients Have Due Process Rights
Posted on 11/09/2017 9:07:22 AM PST by davikkm
A federal judge in Seattle, Washington, ruled that illegal aliens receiving amnesty under President Obamas Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) cannot have their status revoked without due process. Judge Ricardo S. Martinez, appointed by President George W. Bush, said illegal aliens have due process rights and that DACA cannot be canceled justification, The Washington Times reported.
While the Court recognizes and acknowledges that DACA does not confer lawful status upon an individual, the Court also finds that the representations made to applicants for DACA cannot and do not suggest that no process is due to them, particularly in Plaintiffs case where benefits have already been conferred, Judge Martinez stated in his ruling.
The judge did not explain what due process procedures might be acceptable.
What process is due, and whether Plaintiff received such process, are ultimately questions for another day. But at this stage of the proceedings the Court is satisfied that Plaintiff has raised a plausible due process claim that will not be dismissed, Martinez explained.
Texas and nine other states announced they would sue the Trump Administration if it did not end the DACA program in June, Breitbart Texas reported. The states threatened to add DACA to an existing lawsuit that effectively ended Obamas other amnesty program, Deferred Action for Parents of Americans (DAPA).
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Lets do process them right back to thier home countries.
Trump has extra lawyers working overtime getting rid of these squaters.
I believe one of the conditions of DACA is that they commit no crime.
“... appointed by President George W. Bush, ...”
The gift that just keeps on giving.
Did Jeb! hand out guaca bowls to everyone in the court room?
Well, knock me over with a feather...a judge named Martinez finds legal meaning in an extra-Constitutional executive action. Must be a penumbra in there somewhere...
But no due process rights for regular Americans like those at Bundy ranch.
... appointed by President George W. Bush, ...
Yes, a real surprise that Bush supports illegal Mexicans, etc. I remember when he instructed the Border Patrol to not pursue illegals crossing our borders. Nuff said.
In seattle too. Antifa homefront.
Feelin' a bit biased there, Ricky?
Judge Martinez has ruled for the foreign nationals and against US citizens? So shocking.
There, fixed it.
If Trump doesn’t stand up to them then his Presidency is over. The Judge is creating Ex Post Facto law. Just tell him his authority in the matter is not recognized and force higher courts to make decisions.
Like Jeb!, a DACA inherits U.S. rights,
but the DACA! must add an exclamation mark.
Looney law is sooo easy to create.
Two exclamations and the DACA!! is an ancestor of the chain migration family.
Use a ‘C’ to highlight the CACA scam nature of the loser judge.
Isn’t Dem speak fun?
So now it will go to the Ninth Circuit that will affirm this decision, then on to the SCOTUS where it will be overturned. In the meantime, this trash will consume legal resources and court time in an ultimately fruitless attempt to stay here.
So the DACA presidential EO now grants illegals in this country Constitutional rights? Leftist judges take more power than the Constitution grants them. Bad ruling.
The President IS “due process.”
And the Bush family are FAKE TEXANS,
with FAKE cowboy hats,
and FAKE country drawls.
Just as the Clinton family are FAKE SOUTHERNERS.
Class, that is the lesson for today, the politics of fake. Lol
>Well, knock me over with a feather...a judge named Martinez finds legal meaning in an extra-Constitutional executive action. Must be a penumbra in there somewhere...
Magic dirt theory fails again. Emigrants aren’t Americans.
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