Sheriff Jenkins and IRLI request Dismissal of Case against him – Santos v. Jenkins – Casa De Maryland Again at Work

Again, I would like to thank Senator Donald “The Liberal” Munson from Washington County for supporting the vote to give Casa De Maryland our Tax Dollars.  Look at what his vote and the other Delegates of the Demigods have created who voted to give them our TAX DOLLARS.

FAIR in Your Community

IRLI Hard at Work in State and Local Enforcement: IRLI(Immigration Reform Law Institute):

In Estrada v. Rhode Island, with the ACLU as opposing counsel, IRLI represented the National Fraternal Order of Police, and submitted briefs to clarify the steps law enforcement officers can take to lawfully identify and detain illegal aliens encountered during routine police patrols. The briefs describe the steps needed to develop reasonable suspicion of violations of the criminal provisions of federal alien registration and other immigration laws, and probable cause to arrest and transfer aliens into ICE custody. At oral argument in Boston on November 8, 2009, members of the three-judge federal appellate panel were clearly familiar with IRLI’s position, a strong indication of the influence of IRLI’s past work and experience. An appellate decision is pending in this case.

In Mendez v. Bradshaw, IRLI represented the Florida Sheriff’s Association to present a clarification of the process and legality of local detention of illegal aliens pursuant to ICE “detainers,”

Building on these two cases, IRLI was retained in late December 2009 by the Frederick County MD Sheriff, as co-counsel in the defense of the Department against a civil rights action brought by an illegal alien, represented by the Puerto Rican Legal Defense and Education Fund (PRLDEF) and CASA de Maryland. In Santos v. Jenkins, the illegal alien’s backers want a federal court to hold that sheriffs cannot enforce civil restrictions on illegal aliens. IRLI filed an extensive memorandum in support of a motion to dismiss the case, stressing the inherent immigration enforcement authority of local police, on January 19, 2010. Stay tuned in the next few weeks for updates about this important case.

Casa De Marylands Vision Statement - Regardless of Immigration Status


One response to this post.

  1. Posted by jacki on January 23, 2010 at 1:11 AM

    nice article. keep ’em coming. these corrupted politicians all have to go.. they surely aren’t working for the legal working citizens of maryland..


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