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Man From El Salvador Sues ICE in SDNY on MLK Day For Detention After Drunk Driving

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SDNY COURTHOUSE, Jan 18 – A 22-year old man from El Salvador is suing US Homeland Security and ICE for having detained him since November 12, 2020 at Orange County Jail in Goshen, New York.  

 The complaint, filed on Martin Luther King's Day in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York, says Alexis Rivera Quintanilla's administrative application for release on bond was denied due to a conviction for driving while intoxicated and then driving without an alcohol interlock device and "other infractions."  

  Rivera is petitioning the SDNY for a writ of habeus corpus base on defects in the bond proceeding, "at which the IJ improperly allocated the burden of proof on Mr. Mr. Rivera and not on the government."

The named defendants include Peter T. Gaynor, Acting Secretary of Homeland Security and Thomas Decker, Director of the New York Field Office of ICE. 

The case is Rivera Quintanilla v. Gaynor, et al., 21-cv-417 (Unassigned)


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