The Supreme Court ruled in March 2019 that ICE can prevent immigrants from getting bond because of past crimes that are years old, even if they were previously released from criminal custody.
The Nielsen v. Preap decision upheld part of the Immigration and Nationality Act with a 5 to 4 split along party lines. Previously, the decision was left to the states, but now with this ruling, the decision is under federal jurisdiction. Most of the states already followed this rule, but now the remaining states that make up the Ninth Circuit will have to follow suit. The Ninth Circuit includes Alaska, Washington, Hawaii, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, Oregon, and even California.