Prof. Jacqueline Stevens, Mar. 25, 2019
"Attorneys have been suing private prisons for their exploitation of people in custody under immigration laws, a phenomenon that has been receiving increasing coverage by the mainstream media . But county...
Prof. Jacqueline Stevens, Aug. 30, 2016 - " A couple months ago, fed up with the randomness of Freedom of Information Act rote rejection letters from certain agencies - the State Department is the worst and USCIS had just lost a remand responsive...
reported here several months ago, a jury found Esteban Tiznado had
acquired U.S. citizenship at birth, through his father Jesus Tiznado,
but in late 2011 Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) deported him
anyway . ICE continued to...
"The last year I've been conducting research on the legality of ICE contracts authorizing private prisons to meet performance goals by paying one dollar per day to the people they're locking up. ICE is not forthcoming about the program and...