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Decline in ICE Detainees with Criminal Records Could Shape Agency's Response to COVID-19 Pandemic
(03 Apr 2020) The latest available data indicate that most civil immigrant detainees held by Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) do not have a single criminal conviction. In March 2020, in fact, more than six out of ten (61.2%) had no conviction, not even for a minor petty offense. See more...
Mapping Where Immigrants Reside While Waiting For Their Immigration Court Hearing
(24 Mar 2020) Just under 100,000 cases were added to the Immigration Court's active backlog since the beginning of FY 2020. A total of 1,122,824 cases are now pending on the court's active docket as of the end of February 2020. See more...
Veterans Personal Injury Suits Alleging Defective 3M Earplugs Skyrocket
(23 Mar 2020) The latest available data from the federal courts show that during February 2020 there was a 78.5 percent jump in the number of all types of civil lawsuits filed as compared to December 2019. New civil lawsuits in February totaled 39,142. This represented the second highest monthly total for federal civil court filings over the last decade. See more...
Department of Justice Official Uses Sunshine Week Event to Spread Misinformation about FOIA Processing
(17 Mar 2020) At a recent Sunshine Week event, a Department of Justice spokesperson claimed that FOIA applicants are now quicker to litigate, then blamed overly-litigious requesters for straining the workloads of FOIA professionals and bogging down ordinary citizens' FOIA requests. See more...
TRAC Sues DOJ's Office of Information Policy for Failure to Comply with Freedom of Information Act
(11 Mar 2020) The co-directors of the Transactional Records Access Clearinghouse (TRAC) at Syracuse University have filed suit under the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) against the Office of Information Policy (OIP) of the Department of Justice (DOJ) for withholding basic information regarding its receipt and processing of FOIA matters. See more...
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