Cite as "AILA InfoNet Doc. No. 10070661 (posted Apr. 11, 2011)"
On 4/11/11, the Ninth Circuit held that the district court did not abuse its discretion by enjoining sections 2(B), 3, 5(C), and 6 of SB 1070, and affirmed the court’s preliminary injunction preventing those provisions from taking effect.
On 9/30/10, AILA filed an amicus brief urging the 9th Circuit to uphold the district court’s preliminary injunction that prevents the state of Arizona from enforcing certain sections of SB-1070. In its brief, AILA corrects the myths that underlie SB-1070 and demonstrates that when placed in the context of federal immigration law, various sections of SB-1070 are unworkable.
On 7/30/10, the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals denied the State of Arizona’s motion to expedite the preliminary injunction appeal filed in U.S. v. Arizona. The case is calendared for the week of November 1, 2010 in San Francisco, California.
On 7/29/10, Governor of Arizona Janice K. Brewer and the State of Arizona filed an appeal to the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit from the U.S. District Court’s preliminary injunction, which blocks sections of Arizona law SB 1070 from taking effect.
On 7/28/10, the district court issued a partial injunction, blocking portions of Arizona’s controversial SB1070 law from taking effect.
Original Posting 7/9/10
Complaint and motion for preliminary injunction in suit by federal government in opposition to Arizona's immigration legislation. Related Resources include declarations filed in support of the challenge.