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Immigration Checks
Immigration Checks

August 2, 2012
these issues. INS v. Delgado Officers from the INS (Immigration and Naturalization Service), forerunner of today's ICE (Immigration and Customs Enforcement), went to a garment factory to check workers' immigration status. Some agents with badges and radios walked around the factory

Supreme Court Reins In Ariz. Immigration Law
Supreme Court Reins In Ariz. Immigration Law

June 25, 2012
in the August issue of POLICE Magazine, said Monday's ruling doesn't change much for patrol officers. Two earlier court decisions—INS v. Delgado (1984) and Muehler v. Mena (2005)—already gave officers the right to check immigration status during a lawful detention. "For enforcement officers, it really doesn't change anything," Rutledge told POLICE. "As

Unmixing Mixed-Up Concepts

January 1, 2008
, innocent person that he or she must submit to the encounter, any interaction is purely consensual and requires no justification. (INS v. Delgado) (2) If the person's liberty is temporarily restricted by a police command, display of emergency lighting, physical restraint or other means that would have communicated to a reasonable, innocent person that he or she

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