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Casa De Maryland v. DHS
"Process matters. See, e.g., Regents, 140 S. Ct. at 1909 (“the Government should turnsquare corners in dealing with the people”) (citation omitted). The rule of law also matters. Asdoes respect for the judiciary. See, e.g., Marbury v. Madison, 5 U.S. 137, 177 (1803) (“It isemphatically the province and duty of the Judicial Department to say what the law is.”).Defendants’ statements in response to Regents demonstrated their intent to defy the clear mandateof the Supreme Court, and their subsequent conduct further underscores their contempt of theCourt’s ruling in Regents, as well as the mandate of the Fourth Circuit and this Court’s July 17Order. For these reasons, and as further demonstrated below, Plaintiffs respectfully submit thatthe Court should order Defendants to show cause why they should not be held in contempt fortheir violation of the July 17 Order, and it should compel compliance with the Fourth Circuitmandate. The mandate and order require Defendants to restore the DACA program in full to itspre-rescission operation until such time as Defendants complete their DACA reconsiderationprocess."