James Lacroix was held by a Miami-Dade jail until federal immigration authorities could pick him up for deportation back to his home country of Haiti. He protested the action in the early weeks of the Trump administration in 2017, saying the detention by the county violated the U.S. constitution. A trial court sided with him, but a Florida appeals court did not.
James Lacroix was held by a Miami-Dade jail until federal immigration authorities could pick him up for deportation back to his home country of Haiti. He protested the action in the early weeks of the Trump administration in 2017, saying the detention by the county violated the U.S. constitution. A trial court sided with him, but a Florida appeals court did not. Miami-Dade Police
James Lacroix was held by a Miami-Dade jail until federal immigration authorities could pick him up for deportation back to his home country of Haiti. He protested the action in the early weeks of the Trump administration in 2017, saying the detention by the county violated the U.S. constitution. A trial court sided with him, but a Florida appeals court did not. Miami-Dade Police