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NC Activist Infiltrates Florida Detention Center to Prove Bad Policies Continue
Organizing inside jail, Viridiana fights deportations from inside prison
Katharine Woomer-Deters writes: " Wanted to share this judgment we got in June 2012 against a local notario for $142,655.00 on behalf of a plaintiff class of approximately 275 former customers of the notario. The judgment has not been appealed, so is now a...
"In this Perspectives ,
the author finds that North Carolina has became an important barometer
of contemporary immigration debates for the nation and especially for
the Southeast, which has become a new frontier for Latin American
migration to the...
"A federal judge has sentenced a 68-year-old Raleigh man
to nearly five years in prison after he pled guilty to bilking hundreds
of [unauthorized] immigrants out of thousands of dollars by impersonating an
immigration agent. Senior U.S. District Judge...
"When immigration agents deported Felipe Montes to Mexico two years
ago, his three young sons were left in the care of their mentally ill,
American-born mother in a small North Carolina mountain town. Despite immigration policies that allow for the release...
"In determining whether Padilla is retroactively applicable, we find the reasoning of the Tenth Circuit in Chang Hong persuasive and join with those courts holding that Padilla announces a new rule of constitutional law and is not retroactively applicable...