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Monthly Archives: March 2019


Our Immigration Law “Wish List” For the New Congress

By Dysart Willis |

There is no question that immigration legal issues are becoming more and more complex and political—now more than ever. As attorneys who regularly help individuals and families address their immigration legal needs, there are a number of ways that the new Congress could change the laws to improve our immigration system—a kind of “wish… Read More »

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Another North Carolina Man Wrongfully Convicted Highlights Problems with Eyewitness Identification System

By Dysart Willis |

In late January, yet another man who was wrongfully convicted in North Carolina was released after being incarcerated for 11 years for armed robbery. The release was one of the latest results of the North Carolina Innocence Inquiry Commission, which has conducted a number of investigations that have resulted in 11 people being exonerated… Read More »

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North Carolina Sheriff Decides to End Solitary Confinement for Juveniles, Leading to Reexamination of Human Rights Violations In Criminal System

By Dysart Willis |

In a move that shocked the North Carolina criminal justice community, in January, Mecklenburg County sheriff McFadden announced that the county jail would no longer permit placing 16- and 17-year-olds in solitary confinement because it “strip[s] teens of their dignity” and interferes with the relationships between detention officers and the inmates. According to reports,… Read More »

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