Originally Posted By: Surfdog
You had implied earlier that local police can't ... inquire on immigration status. That case directly countered that claim.



I've never suggested it's unconstitutional to inquire about legal status. I've just pointed out that there are lots of legal issues that come along with doing so and then taking the next steps of holding people you're unsure about and handing them over to ICE.

Maybe consider a case like this - https://www.washingtonpost.com/nation/20...m=.3facb4e35390

Would you be OK if Oceanside was force to bear the financial burden in a case like this if ICE has them hold a guy without a warrant?


Or how about this one? https://www.sbsun.com/2017/12/19/aclu-fi...of-grandmother/



Last edited by StuAzole; 01/07/19 06:38 PM.

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