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Raffington v. Cangemi

United States District Court, D. Minnesota
Sep 13, 2004
Civil No. 04-3846 (JRT/RLE) (D. Minn. Sep. 13, 2004)

Opinion

Civil No. 04-3846 (JRT/RLE).

September 13, 2004

Herbert A. Igbanugo, BLACKWELL IGBANUGO, Minneapolis, MN, for petitioner.

Lonnie F. Bryan, Assistant United States Attorney, United States Attorney's Office, Minneapolis, MN, for respondents.


TEMPORARY RESTRAINING ORDER


Petitioner has requested a temporary restraining order to restrain the United States Immigration and Customs Enforcement from removing her from the United States. Petitioner is currently detained at Ramsey County detention facility pending deportation to Jamaica.

For the purposes of preserving the status quo, and minimizing the possibility of irreparable harm until the Court has the opportunity to rule on the Petition for a Writ of Habeas Corpus, the Court issues the following order.

Based upon the arguments of counsel and all the files, records, and proceedings herein, IT IS HEREBY ORDERED that:

1. Petitioner's motion for a temporary restraining order [Docket No. 3] is GRANTED.

2. The Court will rule on the petition for a writ of habeas corpus on or before October 6, 2004.

3. Until further order of the Court, the United States Immigration and Customs Enforcement is prohibited from removing petitioner from the United States.


Summaries of

Raffington v. Cangemi

United States District Court, D. Minnesota
Sep 13, 2004
Civil No. 04-3846 (JRT/RLE) (D. Minn. Sep. 13, 2004)
Case details for

Raffington v. Cangemi

Case Details

Full title:SHERNETH RAFFINGTON, Petitioner, v. MARK CANGEMI, District Director, U.S…

Court:United States District Court, D. Minnesota

Date published: Sep 13, 2004

Citations

Civil No. 04-3846 (JRT/RLE) (D. Minn. Sep. 13, 2004)