United States ex rel. Jaegeler v. Carusi
342 U.S. 347 (1952)

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United States ex rel. Jaegeler v. Carusi, 342 U.S. 347 (1952)

United States ex rel. Jaegeler v. Carusi

No. 275

Argued January 7, 1952

Decided January 28, 1952

342 U.S. 347

Syllabus

1. Under the Alien Enemy Act, the power of the Attorney General to remove to Germany a German citizen residing in this country ended when Congress, by the Joint Resolution of October 19, 1951, terminated the state of war which had existed between the United States and Germany. P. 342 U. S. 348.

2. Petitioner, a German citizen residing in this country, who had been interned in 1942 and ordered removed to Germany in 1946 and who had applied for a writ of habeas corpus before the passage of the Joint Resolution of October 19, 1951, terminating the state of war between the United States and Germany, is no longer removable under the Alien Enemy Act, and is entitled to his release. Pp. 342 U. S. 347-349.

187 F.2d 912, vacated and cause remanded.

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