March 20, 2018 | Professor Douglas W. Kmiec is quoted in the Salisbury News article, “Are California’s Sanctuary Laws Vulnerable in Court? Yes, Say Legal Experts.” The article considers California’s three new sanctuary laws that have been challenged in court by the federal government.
Via Salisbury News:
Law professors who read the lawsuit filed by Attorney General Jeff Sessions generally described it as a credible challenge that presents complex legal questions that might wind up before the U.S. Supreme Court.
“The arguments made by the Justice Department are not at all lightweight arguments,” said Pepperdine law school professor Douglas W. Kmiec. “They are quite substantial.”
The complete article may be found here