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White Collar Prosecutions Fall to Lowest in 20 Years
(24 May 2018)
Current prosecution levels represent the lowest number of white collar prosecutions in more than 20 years.
ICE Deportations Only Half Levels of Five Years Ago
(17 May 2018)
Newly released Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) data - updated through October 2017 - provide case-by-case details on each ICE deportation.
Five-Year Decline in Social Security Disability Benefit Lawsuits
(03 May 2018)
The latest available data from the federal courts show that during March 2018 there were 660 new Social Security SSID Title XVI lawsuits filed in district court.
ICE Now Issuing 14,000 Detainers Each Month - Number Honored Unclear
(30 Apr 2018)
Newly released Immigration and Customs Enforcement data - updated through November 2017 - reveal ICE is issuing just under 14,000 new detainers on average each month.
Immigration Criminal Prosecutions Jump in March 2018
(27 Apr 2018)
The latest available data from the Justice Department show that during March 2018 the government reported 7,020 new immigration prosecutions.
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