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Civil Rights Suits Against Schools More Than Double in Last Four Years
(16 Aug 2017) The latest available data from the federal courts show that civil rights suits against schools have more than doubled during the last four years. See more...
Where You Live Impacts Ability To Obtain Representation in Immigration Court
(14 Aug 2017) Newly obtained case-by-case court records show that depending upon the community in which the immigrant resides, the odds of obtaining representation in Immigration Court deportation proceedings vary widely. See more...
Residents in Three Out of Four Counties in U.S. Now Before Immigration Court
(07 Aug 2017) The Transactional Records Access Clearinghouse (TRAC) at Syracuse University has just released a brand new web mapping application See more...
Drug Prosecutions Drop To Historic Lows Under Trump
(27 Jul 2017) Despite widespread concern about an epidemic of opioid abuse, and announcements by Attorney General Jeff Sessions and others of stepped up efforts by the Trump administration to address it, federal criminal prosecutions for drug offenses have dropped to historic lows. See more...
Dramatic Rise in FOIA Lawsuits Filed by Nonprofit Advocacy Groups
(26 Jul 2017) The number of FOIA lawsuits filed by nonprofit and advocacy organizations has generally grown over the past two decades, irrespective of which political party was in office See more...
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