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Recent Trends in Drug-Related Asset Forfeitures
(03 Sep 2019) The latest available data from the federal courts show that during July 2019 the government reported filing 68 new drug-related asset forfeitures under 21 USC 881. See more...
FY 2019 Domestic Terrorism Prosecutions Twice Number for International Terrorism
(30 Aug 2019) Prosecutions for domestic terrorism outnumber those for acts of international terrorism by 2-to-1. The latest available data from the Justice Department show that during the first ten months of FY 2019 the government reported 204 terrorism-related prosecutions had been filed. See more...
Increasing Numbers "Remain in Mexico" Awaiting Immigration Court Hearings
(26 Aug 2019) As of the end of July, the number of individuals channeled into "Remain in Mexico" MPP Immigration Court proceedings grew to 26,001. Case-by-case court records obtained by the Transactional Records Access Clearinghouse (TRAC) at Syracuse University show that during July a total of 11,804 immigrants were sent back to Mexico to await their deportation hearings. See more...
ICE Secure Communities Removals Falling
(13 Aug 2019) Recently released Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) removal-by-removal records on Secure Communities (SC) reveal that the number of SC deportations has been trending downward during the past year. As of April 2019 - the latest data available - the monthly number of SC removals had fallen to 6,152. See more...
Few Federal Hate Crime Referrals Result in Prosecution
(12 Aug 2019) The Matthew Shepard and James Byrd Jr. Hate Crimes Prevention Act (18USC 249) was passed by Congress in 2009. Despite around 50 criminal referrals each year to federal prosecutors for these hate crimes, few have resulted in actual charges filed in federal court. See more...
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