U.S. to Review Cases Seeking Deportations

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    U.S. to Review Cases Seeking Deportations
    By JULIA PRESTON

    Published: November 17, 2011
    The Department of Homeland Security will begin a review on Thursday of all deportation cases before the immigration courts and start a nationwide training program for enforcement agents and prosecuting lawyers, with the goal of speeding deportations of convicted criminals and halting those of many illegal immigrants with no criminal record.
    http://www.nytimes.com/2011/11/17/us/deportation-cases-of-illegal-immigrants-to-be-reviewed.html



    Commenter Crusader quotes my "You'd think they were committing serial murder instead of violating a civil (not criminal) law in order to feed their families" statement and takes exception:

    Actually, they are *indeed* violating criminal law, not civil law. Civil law is the branch of law that deals with disputes between individuals--its primarily invoked in business disputes. Those that enter this country illegally have violated the *criminal* code (regardless of how harmless their intention may have been).
    No More Apples: ILLEGAL IMMIGRATION: CIVIL OR CRIMINAL VIOLATION?


    Illegal Immigration Is a Crime That Breeds More Crime:
    Illegal Immigration Is a Crime That Breeds More Crime: A Typology
     
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    10 reasons to oppose illegal immigration protection policies
    by Patrick Briney, Ph.D, President Arkansas Republican Assembly
    Issued: Patrick Briney, President ARRA, Feb. 26, 2007


    Illegal immigrants should be treated as criminals because:

    10 reasons to oppose illegal immigration protection policies
     
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    In the president obama government the US is watching the deportation cases very carefully they do not want another 9/11 in America.
     

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