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Number of New Deportation Cases Far Outpaces Completed Cases in FY 2021
(14 Oct 2021) According to TRAC’s updated Quick Facts tools, the number of new deportation cases filed with the Courts in FY 2021–over 315,000–is more than double the number of completed cases over the same period which, according to Immigration Court records, currently sits at less that 145,000. See more...
TRAC Updates Immigrant Detention Quick Facts Tools
(05 Oct 2021) According to new data available in an TRAC new easy-to-read ‘Quick Facts’ tools, Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) is holding 22,129 immigrants in detention, down from more than 27,000 reported at the beginning of July The total number of people booked into ICE detention centers in September fell for those arrested at the border but increased for ICE interior arrests. See more...
The Impact of the Identity of the Judge on Sentencing
(30 Sep 2021) The changed makeup of the U.S. Supreme Court and the influence of recent appointments on the outcome of cases the Court hears has been the focus of a great deal of recent public attention. It should not be surprising that the identity of a judge can impact decision outcome from the Supreme Court all the way down to trial court sentencing decisions. See more...
Elizabeth Holmes Trial Coincides with Rise in Wire Fraud Prosecutions
(27 Sep 2021) On June 14, 2018, Elizabeth Holmes and Ramesh "Sunny" Balwani were indicted in the Northern District of California for wire fraud (8 USC 1343) and conspiracy to commit wire fraud (18 USC 1349) in their respective roles at the Theranos Corporation. See more...
One Year After Hurricane Laura, Louisiana Plaintiffs Rush to Meet One-Year Insurance Filing Deadline in Federal Court
(17 Sep 2021) In August 2021, a total of 774 civil insurance lawsuits were filed in federal court in the Western District of Louisiana. Most of them—706—were filed in Lake Charles, a community devastated by Hurricanes Laura and Delta in 2020 as well as by flooding, ice storms, and the COVID-19 over the past year. See more...
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