The Biden administration filed a notice to appeal Judge Alison Nathan’s order declaring the government must arrange court hearings for immigration detainees within 10 days of their arrest. Nathan’s Nov. 30 ruling in New York was the first to put a constitutional line on how long ICE detainees had to wait for court hearings. According to government data, 84.2 percent of the initial master calendar hearings held in New York’s Varick Street immigration court came within 10 days of an ICE arrest in December. Nationally, 87 percent of these hearings were held after over 10 days of lockup. Nathan’s ruling currently only applies in New York.

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Biden administration appeals ruling limiting immigrant detention without court hearing.