Arizona Gets Ready to Enforce Immigration Law; Anticipates High Court Win, Instructs Police on Procedures

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Arizona Gets Ready to Enforce Immigration Law; Anticipates High Court Win, Instructs Police on Procedures


Byline: Stephen Dinan, THE WASHINGTON TIMES

Arizona is already gearing up to enforce its strict immigration law as it anticipates a favorable ruling from the Supreme Court sometime this month, with Gov. Jan Brewer issuing an executive order this week telling police to bone up on the details of the law.

Mrs. Brewer ordered that training materials produced to help police understand the law and its limits should be distributed throughout the state in preparation for a ruling.

The materials, created by a state board that sets standards for all law enforcement, include a DVD designed to help police understand the circumstances that would let them question someone about immigration status.

That power has been the most controversial part of the law, SB 1070, which Mrs. Brewer signed in 2010 but was largely halted by lower federal courts as an infringement on federal powers.

In her order, Mrs. Brewer said the materials need to make clear that an individual's race, color or national origin alone cannot be grounds for reasonable suspicion to believe any law has been violated.

Among other provisions, the Arizona law requires police to check the immigration status of those they have encountered during their duties and have reasonable suspicion are in the country illegally.

Immigrant-rights groups and civil liberties organizations said SB 1070 would lead to racial profiling, but that has yet to be tested in court.

Instead, the Obama administration sued to halt Arizona's law, arguing it would set the stage for a patchwork of laws throughout the country and infringe on the federal government's exclusive rights to set immigration policy.

The Supreme Court heard arguments in the case in late April and is expected to rule before the end of June, when its 2011-2012 term concludes. …

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