The American Civil Liberties Union of Pennsylvania has filed a lawsuit against a Cumberland County, Pa., magisterial district judge for allegedly detaining a man with valid documentation and calling Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents to investigate his status on his wedding day.

The ACLU filed its action on behalf of Alex Parker, who the organization claims was illegally held by Magisterial District Judge Judge Elizabeth Beckley and a Cumberland County court officer after presenting a consular ID to court staff in the courthouse.

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