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ICE Fails to Target Serious Criminals in Immigration Court Filings
(19 Jul 2019) Despite the administration's rhetoric of deporting "criminals" from this country, the latest data from the Immigration Courts through June 2019 shows only 2.8 percent of recent Department of Homeland Security (DHS) filings based deportability claims on any alleged criminal activity. See more...
Prosecution of Sex Trafficking of Children is Down Nationwide
(16 Jul 2019) Prosecutions for sex trafficking of children under a law used against financier Jeffrey Epstein last week are down 26.7 percent over the past fiscal year, according to the latest available data from the Justice Department. See more...
ICE Focus Shifts Away from Detaining Serious Criminals
(25 Jun 2019) As of December 31, 2018, Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) had 47,486 individuals in its custody. The number of ICE detainees was up 22 percent from the 38,810 persons ICE held at the end of September 2016. See more...
Civil Antitrust Litigation Continues to Decline
(20 Jun 2019) The latest available data from the federal courts show that during May 2019 the government reported only 47 new antitrust civil cases filed in the federal courts. See more...
Most Released Families Attend Immigration Court Hearings
(18 Jun 2019) The latest case-by-case records from the Immigration Courts indicate that as of the end of May 2019 one or more removal hearings had already been held for nearly 47,000 newly arriving families seeking refuge in this country. See more...
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