A case will be argued in the United States SC in early March on whether a 1996 federal immigration law unconstitutionally stripped the federal courts of jurisdiction over cases, including habeas corpus cases, brought by undocumented immigrants who are subject to what the law designated as “expedited removal.” 

Case on Guantánamo-related law to come up in US Supreme Court in March 2020 

The law was decided by the SC in cases pertaining to the Guantanamo Bay detainees, when the top court rejected attempts to strip the federal courts of jurisdiction over cases brought by Guantánamo detainees, and ruled that the detainees had a constitutional right to seek habeas corpus.

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