On the question of whether SB 1070 is _____ by federal Law, Arizona argues that it cannot be, since Congress has repeatedly encouraged cooperation and assistance from state and local authorities in _____ federal immigration laws, and it is, they say, Congress’ _____ that controls whether S.B. 1070 is _____. Arizona maintains that, in granting the US a preliminary injunction, the lower court judge misapplied the law by _____ principles of federal law, by disregarding her obligation to presume that Arizona will implement the provisions in a constitutional manner, and by ignoring the United States’ _____ on a facial challenge to show that the provisions of S.B. 1070 are unconstitutional in all of their applications.
burden enforcing misconstruing preempted(2) intent
The United States filed its complaint and _____ for a preliminary injunction to _____ enforcement of S.B. 1070. Arizona _____ the motion. Following a _____, the district court issued an order _____ four provisions of S.B. 1070 based on its conclusion that the United States was _____ to succeed on its claims that federal law _____ each of the provisions.
moved preempts hearing enjoin likely enjoining opposed
Arizona states that Congress _____ 8 U.S.C. § 1644, which provides: “Notwithstanding any other provision of Federal, State, or local law, no State or local government _____ may be prohibited, or in any way _____, from sending to or receiving from federal immigration authorities information regarding the immigration status, _____ or _____, of _____ in the United States.” Arizona argues that it is the _____ of Congress to give State and local officials the authority to communicate with [ICE] regarding the presence, whereabouts, or activities of illegal _____.
entity restricted unlawful intent enacted lawful aliens(2)
Arizona contends that the preliminary injunction should be _____ as to each of the four sections of S.B. 1070 that the district court _____. They claim that, under a _____ application of the facts and law, the district court could not have _____ that the United States is likely to _____on the _____ . Arizona says the judge _____ to conclude that the injunction serves the public interest.
enjoined found merits erred proper prevail vacated
At issue in this appeal are four sections of SB 1070. Section 2 (B) requires law enforcement officials or agencies of the state to make a reasonable attempt, when _____, to determine a person’s immigration _____ during a “lawful stop, _____ or arrest” if there is a reasonable _____ “that the person is an _____ and is unlawfully present in the United States” and the investigation will not _____ or obstruct an investigation.
alien status detention suspicion hinder practicable
Section 3 of S.B. 1070 _____ that: “In addition to any violation of federal law, a person is guilty of _____ failure to complete or _____ an alien registration document if the person is in violation of 8 [U.S.C. §§] 1304(e) or 1306(a).” S.B. 1070, § 3(A). Section 3 _____ the same maximum _____ for violations of subsection (A) that Congress has _____ for violations of 8 U.S.C. § 1304(e).
carry imposes penalties provides willful imposed
Section 5(C) of S.B. 1070 makes it a Class 1 _____ for “a person who is unlawfully present in the United States and who is an _____ alien to _____ apply for work, _____ work in a public place or perform work as an employee or independent _____ in this state.”
unauthorized knowingly solicit contractor misdemeanor
Section 6 of S.B. 1070 adds to the authority Arizona peace officers have under A.R.S. § 13-3883(A) to arrest a person without a _____by authorizing such arrests when “the officer has _____ to believe . . . [t]he person to be arrested has committed any public _____ that makes the person _____ from the United States.”
probable cause removable offense warrant