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Civil Immigration Filings Trending Downward
(24 Feb 2015) The latest available data from the federal courts show that during January 2015 the government reported 131 new civil filings in the immigration category, down 13.2 percent from the previous month and down 13.3 percent from five years ago. See more...
Government Regulatory Prosecutions at New Low in December 2014
(19 Feb 2015) The latest case-by-case data from the Justice Department show that in December 2014 there were 90 new prosecutions for government regulatory matters, fewer than in any month since October 1998. See more...
Representation is Key in Immigration Proceedings Involving Women with Children
(18 Feb 2015) New data tracking the processing of "women with children" cases by the Immigration Court's new priority docketing system provide details on how these cases are proceeding. See more...
Persons Sentenced: Where Does Your Judge Rank?
(17 Feb 2015) The number of persons sentenced by individual federal judges varies widely, with the top ranking judge in the nation -- Robert C. Brack of New Mexico -- having sentenced 6,708 defendants in just the last five years. See more...
Continued Decline in Secret Service Prosecutions
(22 Jan 2015) The latest available data from the Justice Department show that during FY 2014, the government reported 2,158 new prosecutions referred by the Secret Service in the Department of Homeland Security. See more...
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