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In Lawsuit Against ICE Detention in New Jersey US Contests SDNY Venue, Files Redacted Brief

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SDNY COURTHOUSE, April 7 – Nery Gonzalez Perez is in ICE custody in New Jersey and wants to challenge and end it. 

 On April 7, U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York Judge Andrew L. Carter held a proceeding. Inner City Press covered it. 

 The issues of jurisdiction and venue were big ones, given that Perez' detention is in the District of New Jersey. 

The US Attorney's Office filed a redacted copy of a brief in another case before Judge Carter, De Melo et al. v. Decker et al, 20-cv-2643 (ALC) - which is not even in the docket of that case, as of this writing. 

  Judge Carter asked for more filings on the topic and set another proceeding for April 15.

 The case is Perez v. Decker et al., 21-cv-2360 (Carter)


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