UPDATE: The court SAYS even the one part of the Arizona law it has not overturned is subject to further legal challenges:
The court left standing only the “check your papers” part of the law that requires state and local police to perform roadside immigration checks of people they’ve stopped or detained if a “reasonable suspicion” exists they are in the country illegally.
The court indicated, however, that even that section could face further legal challenges.
The court rejected the parts of the law that:
- Make it a state crime for illegal immigrants not to possess their federal