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Topic - Julio M. Fuentes
"We decline to adopt such a one-size-fits-all approach. Reasonableness, by its very nature, is a fact-dependent inquiry requiring an assessment of all of the circumstances of any given case," Judge Fuentes of Newark, N.J., wrote in the lengthy opinion.
"We do not believe that Congress intended to authorize prolonged, unreasonable, detention without a bond hearing," Judge Julio M. Fuentes of Newark, N.J., wrote for the three-judge panel's unanimous decision.