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150,236 Veterans File Personal Injury Suits Alleging Defective 3M Earplugs
(27 Jul 2020) Lawsuits filed each month by veterans claiming that they had suffered hearing loss and other hearing-related problems as a result of defective 3M-supplied earplugs have not been slowed by the partial court shutdown caused by the coronavirus. As of the end of June, a total of 150,236 suits have been filed between January and June of 2020. See more...
Federal Criminal Referrals and Prosecutions Begin Slow Recovery in June
(20 Jul 2020) The latest case-by-case data show that federal criminal referrals and prosecutions increased modestly from their abnormally depressed levels since the Trump administration issued new guidance on Sunday evening, March 15, allowing some federal employees to work from home. See more...
More Immigration Judges Leaving the Bench
(13 Jul 2020) The latest judge-by-judge data from the Immigration Courts indicate that more judges are resigning and retiring. Turnover is the highest since records began in FY 1997 over two decades ago. See more...
Representation at Bond Hearings Rising but Outcomes Have Not Improved
(18 Jun 2020) Nationally representation rates for detained immigrants at bond hearings has been rising. For the eight months of FY 2020 fully two out of every three (66%) detained immigrants were represented at their bond hearings. See more...
Police Officers Rarely Charged for Excessive Use of Force in Federal Court
(17 Jun 2020) Despite growing popular unrest and media attention in recent years over excessive use of force by police officers, the latest available case-by-case data show that federal prosecutors rarely bring relevant criminal charges known as "deprivation of rights under the color of law" (18 U.S.C. 242) against law enforcement. See more...
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