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CASE ENTRY

Tun-Cos v. Perrotte

ICE agents stop, arrest nine Latino men in Northern Virginia and then initiate deportation proceedings. (One of the men is a U.S. citizen.) Can the men seek damages from the agents for stopping them without a reasonable, articulable suspicion of unlawful activity, among other claims? Fourth Circuit: No can do. Only Congress can provide a money damages remedy against ICE agents, and it hasn’t done that.


Tags: 2019, Deportation, Fourth Circuit, ICE, Immigration

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