SEATTLE – The latest in legal challenges for President Donald Trump travel restrictions (all local times):
Three judges at the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals in the United States say they will rule "as soon as possible "about Hawaii's legal challenge to President Donald Trump's latest travel restrictions.
Judges Ronald Gould, Richard Páez and Michael Hawkins, who ruled in an earlier version of the travel ban, heard arguments Wednesday in Seattle.
The hearing came two days after the Supreme Court restrictions to go into effect pending decisions of the 9th and 4th Circuits.
Justice Department attorney Hashim Mooppan insisted to the court that the restrictions fall within the powers of the president.
Arguing for Hawaii, former Attorney General Ne Katyal urged the judges to revoke Trump's order. Katyal said the administration had not made a mandatory finding that the entry of people from six Muslim-majority nations would be detrimental to the United States
Arguments about the legality of the latest travel ban President Donald Trump is on course in a federal appeals court in Seattle, after about 100 people gathered outside to protest the restrictions imposed on travelers from six mostly Muslim countries.
Judges of the Ninth Circuit Court of the United States Ronald Gould, Richard Paez and Michael Hawkins are listening to arguments in the challenge of Hawaii to the latest version of the travel ban.
The hearing comes two days after the Supreme Court of the USA. UU decided to allow the restrictions to take effect pending legal challenges on the ninth and fourth circuits.
The same 9th Circuit The panel ruled unanimously against Trump's second travel ban.
The decision of the US Supreme Court. UU allows President Donald Trump's third attempt A new prohibition to enter into force – at least for now – has intensified attention in a legal confrontation with three judges in Seattle who previously have been cold before the efforts of the administration.
Ninth Court of Appeals of the United States Judges Ronald Gould, Richard Paez and Michael Hawkins is expected to hear the arguments on Wednesday afternoon in the challenge of Hawaii to the latest version of the travel ban. The same panel ruled unanimously against Trump's second travel ban.
While the third travel ban had been partially blocked by the courts in Hawaii and Maryland, the Supreme Court intervened on Monday and lifted those orders until legal challenges arise in the ninth and 4th appellate courts. Circuit.
The 4th Circuit is scheduled to hear the arguments on Friday.
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