Criticism arises after children are rushed to see immigration judges

Criticism arises after children are rushed to see immigration judges

"Unaccompanied immigrant children apprehended at the border are being placed first in line to go before U.S. immigration judges under a new federal policy, prompting criticism from attorneys who say some immigrants have been given less than 48 hours to appear in court in states far from where they live." - Kate Linthicum, L.A. Times, July 28, 2014.