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Appeals Court rules detained illegals do not have right to be held in same state as parents, siding with DHS and ICE while agreeing with District court.

The U.S. Court of Appeals for the 4th Circuit affirmed a district court’s ruling that migrants do not have a “due process right to family unity.”
The appeals court also wrote that it would heed decisions from the Supreme Court cautioning lower courts against “innovating” regarding due process rights.

[Justice Thomas cautioned lower courts against activism and legislating from the bench.]
Falls on heels of SCOTUS March 19, 2019 ruling on due process.
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