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in a unanimous opinion, the justices reversed a 9th Circuit decision that the Immigration and Nationality Act, which allows the U.S. attorney general to take into custody an alien who is deportable and has been convicted of certain crimes and to hold that alien without bail, violated substantive due process as applied. Demore v. Kim, No. 01-1491. The court held that although aliens are entitled to due process in a deportation proceeding, detention during the proceedings is a constitutionally valid part of the process. Rehnquist wrote the court’s opinion.

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