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ABA Journal
April 2019

Whose Court Is This Anyway? Immigration judges accuse executive branch of politicizing their courts
By Lorelei Laird

For the immigration court system as a whole—and especially for working immigration judges—bigger problems have emerged from three decisions from Sessions that constrain judges’ ability to end or pause cases. That could worsen the already substantial backlog of cases in immigration court, which totaled more than 829,000 pending cases as of February, according to Syracuse University’s Transactional Records Access Clearinghouse.

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