Supreme Court petitioned on police officers' legal immunity A public interest law firm is asking the Supreme Court to consider whether police officers and … The Supreme Court on Monday sided with a Lebanese immigrant facing deportation, saying he can challenge a ruling forcing him to back to his home country amid fear of being tortured.

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