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2020 U.S. App. LEXIS 27804 *
MARIAN RYAN, in her official capacity as Middlesex County District Attorney, ET AL., Plaintiffs, Appellees, v. U.S. IMMIGRATION AND CUSTOMS ENFORCEMENT ET AL., Defendants, Appellants.
Prior History: [*1] APPEAL FROM THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE DISTRICT OF MASSACHUSETTS. Hon. Indira Talwani, U.S. District Judge.
Ryan v. United States Immigration & Customs Enforcement, 2019 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 107246 (D. Mass., June 20, 2019)
Disposition: Vacated and remanded.
arrests, courthouse, immigration, attending, noncitizens, sovereign, injunction, nonderogation, canon, long-established, succeed, summons, movant, factfinding, custody, capias, civilly, respondendum, disrupt, aliens, detain
Constitutional Law, Case or Controversy, Standing, Elements, Civil Procedure, Injunctions, Grounds for Injunctions, Balance of Hardships, Remedies, Preliminary & Temporary Injunctions, Public Interest, Likelihood of Success, Appeals, Standards of Review, Abuse of Discretion, De Novo Review, Clearly Erroneous Review, Administrative Law, Judicial Review, De Novo Standard of Review, Questions of Fact & Law, Exceeding Statutory Authority, Governments, Legislation, Interpretation, Fundamental Rights, Search & Seizure, Scope of Protection, Immigration Law, Deportation & Removal, Administrative Proceedings, Bond, Custody & Detention, Enforcement of Immigration Laws, Immigration Officers, Effect & Execution of Orders, Congressional Duties & Powers, Naturalization, Constitutional Foundations, Power to Exclude, Hearing Procedures, Supremacy Clause, Federal Preemption, Federal & State Interrelationships, Federal Common Law, Preemption, Record on Appeal, Amicus Curiae, Reviewability of Lower Court Decisions, Preservation for Review