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Prosecutors Continue to Use Discretion in Closing Immigration Court Cases
(19 Mar 2015) There has been no drop-off in the government's use of prosecutorial discretion (PD) as a basis to close cases and allow an individual to remain in this country, according to case-by-case Immigration Court records current through February 2015. See more...
Declines Seen in Social Security Disability Benefit Lawsuits
(18 Mar 2015) The latest available data from the federal courts show that during February 2015 there were 694 new Social Security SSID Title XVI lawsuits filed in district court. See more...
Vote for the Biggest FOIA Failure
(12 Mar 2015) Help the FOIA Project identify the worst violations of the Freedom of Information Act by casting your vote for a case of withholding that is worthy of this dishonor. See more...
The IRS and the April Surprise
(10 Mar 2015) Criminal prosecutions by the IRS appear to be timed to coincide with tax season, according to an analysis of the latest government case-by-case data obtained by the Transactional Records Access Clearinghouse (TRAC). See more...
Civil Immigration Filings Trending Downward
(24 Feb 2015) The latest available data from the federal courts show that during January 2015 the government reported 131 new civil filings in the immigration category, down 13.2 percent from the previous month and down 13.3 percent from five years ago. See more...
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