U.S. attorney General Jeff Sessions speaks in Concord, N. H., July 12, 2018.
The U.S. Department of justice may decided to back grants from Chicago as a means of pressure against its policy of providing sanctuary for immigrants, a Federal judge in the keep on Friday.
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The city filed a lawsuit against state attorney General Jeff Sessions in August 2017, according to the DOJ required in Chicago and other sanctuary cities, to 48 hours in advance prior to the release from detention of immigrants in the U.S. illegally, the Chicago Sun-Times ” reported.
The Ministry of justice is also trying to access to prisons by Federal agents and the exchange of citizenship information.
U.S. district judge Harry Leinen Weber granted a permanent injunction against the three conditions and denied a justice to dismiss the Department’s motion, the action.
Sessions warned, Chicago, it would not be granted for the Federal public safety, if it is not a train in the city spread the legal authority and unconstitutional, was maintained.
“Today’s opinion in favor of Chicago and against the Trump-Ministry of justice marked a major victory for all Chicagoans and a significant victory for public safety.”
– Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel
“Today’s opinion in favor of Chicago and against the Trump-Ministry of justice marked a major victory for all Chicagoans and a significant victory for public safety,” Chicago mayor Rahm Emanuel said Friday.
According to the court order, the stay limit in force until an appeal is to determine whether the injunction applies nationwide, the Sun-Times ” reported.
Arguments are scheduled for Sept. 6.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.
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