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Decline in Prosecution of Environment Crimes Under Obama
(17 Sep 2014)
The latest available data from the Justice Department show that during the first nine months of FY 2014, the government reported 271 new prosecutions of environment-related offenses.
Immigration Offenses Account for 80% of Immigration Court Deportation Orders
(12 Sep 2014)
Immigration Court judges have ordered 82,878 individuals deported so far this fiscal year, according to the latest data as of the end of August.
Immigration Court Backlog Nears 400,000
(05 Sep 2014)
The number of cases awaiting resolution in the Immigration Courts had grown to 396,552 by the end of July 2014.
Decline in Prosecutions for National Internal Security and Terrorism
(02 Sep 2014)
Criminal prosecutions in the area of national internal security and terrorism have declined steadily since fiscal year 2002.
Rise Seen in Asylum Denial Rates
(04 Aug 2014)
The odds of an asylum claim being denied in Immigration Court has risen to 50.2 percent during the first nine months of 2014.
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