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John Carroll, a former federal judge and dean of Samford University's Cumberland School of Law, said the Supreme Court's agreeing to hear Arizona's challenge will result in a far reaching decision.
"It's essential that the highest court in the land establishes what states can and cannot do in regard to enforcing immigration laws," Mehlman said. "We're looking forward to what we believe will be a favorable ruling from the Supreme Court."
Alabama's law goes further in several areas than Arizona's, but the Supreme Court's findings on the constitutionality of those similar sections will be decisive. Department of Justice sued to block Arizona's law from going into effect. A lower court and a federal appeals court sided with the Justice Department and blocked Arizona's law. illegally.
Sponsors of Alabama's law have said the goal of their bill was to get illegal immigrants to "self deport." The 72 page Alabama act went beyond Arizona's law.
Alabama's law also includes a ban on contracts with illegal immigrants, a requirement for schools to check immigration status of school enrollees, a ban on harboring and transporting illegal immigrants and a ban on government business transactions. None of those issues are part of the Arizona case. Those sections, some of which have been temporarily blocked, are currently before the 11th Circuit Court of Appeals in Atlanta.
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Some Reebok Suede Black sections of Arizona's law are nearly identical to Alabama's. Those include sections dealing with immigration checks by law enforcement and a section criminalizing job seeking by day laborers.
"The question is, is this one of those?"
Like in Alabama, Arizona's attorneys have argued the laws are necessary to help the state deal with the flow of illegal immigrants and that the laws are complementary to federal law. In both cases, the Justice Department has disagreed, arguing immigration law is the exclusive province of the federal government.
"This will ultimately determine the course of the state laws," Carroll said. "It's a supremacy clause case dealing with pre emption issues. Those are the areas where the Supreme Court says only federal government can legislate in this.
Mehlman cited the court's decision earlier this year that upheld a separate Arizona law that gave officials the discretion to withhold business licenses from employers found to be employing illegal immigrants. That law Saucony London
"The legislature declares that the intent of this act is to make attrition through enforcement the public policy of all state and local government agencies in Arizona," according to the bill's Section 1.
Arizona spelled out the law's intent in the introduction.
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But Kevin Johnson, an immigration law expert and dean of the University of California Davis School of Law, said the court's decision in the earlier Arizona case covered much narrower questions than the current case.
also called for the use of the federal E verify system to check if an employee is legally entitled to work.
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