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  • Prioritizing Failure: Using the 'Rocket Docket' Phenomenon to Describe Adult Detention

    Activists and scholars consistently target inhumane immigration detention practices in the United States. They note the physical conditions of the centers, the lack of legal representation available, and that detained immigrants are at a much higher risk of losing their immigration cases. It is clear from these analyses that detention procedures do not always function as intended. Yet absent from

  • Cooperative Enforcement in Immigration Law

    Immigration officials take two approaches to unauthorized immigrants: Either they seek to deport them, or they exercise prosecutorial discretion, allowing certain categories of unauthorized immigrants to remain in the United States without legal status. Neither method is working. The executive lacks the resources to remove more than a small percentage of the unauthorized population each year, and

  • 809 F.3d 134 (5th Cir. 2015), 15-40238, Texas v. United States

    ...SALDANA, Director of U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement; LEON RODRIGUEZ, Director ...   Before KING, SMITH, and ELROD, Circuit Judges". KING, Circuit Judge, dissenting. . .      \xC2"...Rather, as noted above, the scale of this policy is a direct function of Congress's ...

  • 883 F.3d 233 (4th Cir. 2018), 17-2231, International Refugee Assistance Project v. Trump

    ... Center for Law and Justice; Alabama; Immigration Reform Law Institute; Arkansas; Arizona; Florida; ... Judges, and SHEDD, Senior Circuit Judge. . . ...          On a. larger scale, neither the plaintiffs nor the opinions. ...

  • 872 F.3d 976 (9th Cir. 2017), 16-56829, Hernandez v. Sessions

    The Ninth Circuit affirmed the district court's order granting a preliminary injunction for a class of non-citizens in removal proceedings who are detained under 8 U.S.C. 1226(a). In this case, the government has already determined that the class members were neither dangerous nor enough of a flight risk to require detention without bond. Nonetheless, the class members remain detained because...

    ... Acting Director, Executive Office for Immigration Review; ELAINE C. DUKE, Acting Secretary, ... Amici Curiae Nine Retired Immigration Judges and Board of. Immigration Appeals Members. ...Under our. " sliding scale" approach, " the elements of. the ...

  • Introduction to the Unified Agenda of Federal Regulatory and Deregulatory Actions-Fall 2016

    ... 274B of the Immigration. and Nationality ...Other results have come from larger-scale activities, such as the focus on reducing ...However, the immigration judges and the Board of Immigration Appeals (Board) in ...

  • Introduction to the Unified Agenda of Federal Regulatory and Deregulatory Actions

    ... Immigration Regulations. to ...Other results have come from larger-scale activities, such as the focus on reducing ... and proceedings before the immigration judges and the Board. Accordingly, it is necessary to ...

  • Intimate partner violence against Asian American women: moving from theory to strategy.

    ...Similarly, an immigration system predicated on marriage creates ... as racial microaggressions, would equip judges and other court personnel to make contextualized ... both in narratives and through larger scale studies. The final and most important step is to ...

  • Pleading Poverty in Federal Court.

    ...An Inefficient Procedure for Judges 1500 4. An Invasive Procedure for Litigants 1503 ... Administration: Experimentation and Immigration Law, 65 DUKE L.J. 1173, 1177 n.13 (2016) ... as having "placed a thumb on the justice scale favoring corporate and government defendants"); ...

  • Inside the agency class action.

    ... by federal employees before administrative judges. Similarly, the National Vaccine Injury ... Efficiency While Avoiding Diseconomies of Scale 1682 B. Promoting Consistency While Ensuring the ...The Executive Office for Immigration Review--which hears all cases involving detained ...

  • 484 F.2d 215 (6th Cir. 1973), 72-1809, Bradley v. Milliken

    ..., McCREE, MILLER, KENT and LIVELY, Circuit Judges.          PHILLIPS, Chief Judge, ... in Detroit began to experience some immigration of black families, it was Board of Education ... the development of transportation on a vast scale which, according to the evidence, could not be ...

  • A plea for funds: using Padilla, Lafler, and Frye to increase public defender resources.

    ... inadequate plea advice costs both judges and lawyers even more valuable resources in the ... accurate legal advice about the immigration consequences of a guilty plea. (73) Padilla was a .... On a broader scale, public defenders and court-appointed attorneys ...

  • Gideon's migration.

    ESSAY CONTENTS INTRODUCTION I. IMMIGRATION REPRESENTATION OUTSIDE GIDEON A. Nonprofit ... that federal law authorizes state court judges to certify a child's threshold eligibility. (88) ... that has not done so on a meaningful scale. For example, Florida passed a law requiring that ...

  • The failure of immigration appeals.

    ... uniformity because it rarely reviews removal orders issued by harsh judges to immigrants who lack lawyers at the beginning of their proceedings--has ... widespread commitment across stakeholders" to address the "enormous scale" of the access-to-counsel problem); see also supra subsection V.A.4. . ...

  • An Unqualified Right to Self-Defense: Alienage Restrictions and the Second Amendment

    Conditioning fundamental rights on citizenship, including the fundamental right to keep and bear arms as provided by Heller and the Second Amendment, runs afoul of the principles of the Constitution itself. Any fundamental right in which protecion is conditioned on an alienage or citizenship basis is contrary to the stated purpose of the Constitution–elevating the rights of the individual above...

  • Bail nullification.

    ... transferring power from legislatures, judges, and prosecutors to a small group of citizens. ... the defendant sit on opposite sides of a scale of justice. Second, community bail funds shift ... support, such as social workers, immigration attorneys, education and employment lawyers and ...

  • A national study of access to counsel in immigration court.

    ... has yet measured the strength of these assumptions on a national scale. . A. Efficacy . This Section turns to the central question of whether and ...(166) A study of immigration judges in New York found that a shocking 33% of immigration lawyers were ...

  • A national study of access to counsel in immigration court.

    ... Following a landmark decision in the Ninth Circuit, (3) immigration judges now appoint counsel for detainees with serious mental impairments. (4) A ... order to understand the role attorneys currently play on a national scale. (17) . This Article presents the results of the first national study of ...

  • Against Adversary Prosecution

    American prosecutors are conventionally understood as having two different roles. They seek conviction and punishment as adversary advocates, and they also ensure the system's fairness as ministers of justice. This Article argues that the former role, prosecutorial adversarialism, should be rejected. It should be written out of ethics codes and removed from lawschool textbooks. The essence of...

  • Behaviorial international law.

    ..., such as soldiers in the field, immigration officers, customs officials, and legal advisors. ... research has been applied to domestic judges as individual decisionmakers (152) and to courts ... of achieving a small military gain (1, on a scale of 1 to 10 representing the absolute magnitude of ...

  • The new labor law.

    ...Wage scales, benefits, working conditions, leave policies, ... Labor's Enduring Struggle with Immigration, 1866-2007, 23 STUD. Am. Pol. Dev. 84 (2009). . ...In recent months, a few judges have concluded that this system constitutes an ...

  • 536 U.S. 639 (2002), 00-1751, Zelman v. Simmons-Harris

    ...(noting that the Constitution does not tell judges "where the secular ends and the sectarian begins ...         A.         The scale of the aid to religious schools approved today is ... Court was fully aware, however, that immigration and growth had changed American society ...

  • THE IMMIGRANT PARADOX: PROTECTING IMMIGRANTS THROUGH BETTER MENTAL HEALTH CARE.

    ... to light problems they face in our immigration system. (1) In detention, without medication, ... removal cases, had to direct immigration judges to use safeguards to protect the mentally ill. ...Most of the large-scale studies looking at mental illness and violence, ...

  • State v. United States, 112515 FED5, 15-40238

    ...SALDANA, Director of U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement; LEON RODRIGUEZ, Director ...Judges. . .           JERRY E. SMITH, ...Rather, as noted above, the scale of this policy is a direct function of Congress's ...