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Priority Cases Overwhelm Immigration Court's Capacity to Handle
(15 Sep 2016) The number of judges continue to prove insufficient to handle the growing backlog in the Immigration Courts. See more...
New Findings for Individuals Released on Bond in Immigration Court
(14 Sep 2016) Court records show that at least half - and in some years upwards of two-thirds - of those who have been proposed by the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) for deportation in the Immigration Courts are held in ICE detention facilities. See more...
Federal Criminal Prosecutions in July Lowest Since 2007
(31 Aug 2016) Federal criminal prosecutions for July 2016 dropped to only 9,118, down 15.5 percent from June. See more...
Immigration Judges Decide 57 Percent Entitled to Remain in U.S.
(17 Aug 2016) During the first ten months of FY 2016, immigration judges have determined that 96,223 noncitizens against whom Homeland Security sought removal orders were entitled to remain in this country. See more...
Federal Prisoner Petitions to Vacate Sentences Soar in 2016
(16 Aug 2016) The latest available data from the federal courts show that during July 2016 the government reported 1,432 new federal prisoner petitions to vacate sentences were filed. See more...
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