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Who Is Represented in Immigration Court?
(16 Oct 2017)
Many factors impact the odds that an individual can obtain representation in Immigration Court.
Fewer Copyright Infringement Lawsuits Filed
(29 Sep 2017)
The latest available data from the federal courts show that fewer copyright infringement suits are being filed.
Children: Amid a Growing Court Backlog Many Still Unrepresented
(28 Sep 2017)
Despite a dramatic drop-off in new Immigration Court cases involving unaccompanied children (UAC) this year, the backlog of pending children's cases has continued to rise.
Domestic Terrorism Prosecutions Outnumber International
(21 Sep 2017)
While terrorism prosecutions involving extremists affiliated with ISIS grab the headlines, international terrorists make up only a small proportion
Crisis Management Now Routine at ICE FOIA Office
(05 Sep 2017)
FOIA managers at Immigration and Customs Enforcement do not appear to monitor the processing of FOIA requests on a regular basis to ensure requests move smoothly through their work queues.
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