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Some immigrants can be detained at least six months without bond hearing, Supreme Court rules

The court reversed a lower court’s ruling that held that the man at the center of a case — Antonio Arteaga-Martinez — could get a bond hearing because he had been detained for more than six months. Arteaga-Martinez received the bond hearing and obtained release.

The court’s decision was based solely on the relevant federal statute, and ducked whether such hearings might be required by the Constitution — a question the challengers had not preserved below and that could still come up in another case.

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