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Monthly Archives: April 2020


U.S. Supreme Court Hands Over Right to States to Prosecute Illegal Immigrants While Considering Whether or Not Immigrants Seeking Asylum Have the Right to Judicial Review

By Dysart Willis |

The Supreme Court has had a busy month hearing and deciding on cases that involve important criminal defense, immigration, and civil rights issues. In a narrow majority, the Court increased the ability for states to regulate and police the issue of illegal immigration and work authorization; an issue that has historically been under the… Read More »

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Latest Statistics Demonstrate That North Carolina Traffic Stops & Searches Linked to Racial Profiling

By Dysart Willis |

According to data recently released by the North Carolina State Bureau of Investigation, minority drivers are much more likely to be searched by police officers during traffic stops than white drivers, with five departments in particular demonstrating some of the highest disparities, including the Asheboro Police Department, Forsyth County Sheriff’s Office, Greensboro Police Department,… Read More »

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Judge Finds US in Contempt After Deporting Immigrants as “Rapid Removal” Programs Continue

By Dysart Willis |

In February, a federal judge found the US government in contempt after authorities deported five immigrants who were in a program for abused and neglected children. In this particular program, young immigrants can apply to be covered until age 21 and can eventually also obtain a green card. However, US Citizenship and Immigration Services… Read More »

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Judge Blocks Immigration Policy Seeking to Deport F, M, And J VISA Holders

By Dysart Willis |

During the first week of February, U.S. District Court Judge Loretta Biggs issued a permanent nationwide injunction against yet another Trump administration immigration policy which made it more difficult for foreign students to remain in the United States after their legal status ran out. According to the ruling, the policy violated federal law and… Read More »

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