Stepped-Up ICE Immigrant Arrests at Courthouses Called ‘Chilling’

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In the past few weeks, attorneys and prosecutors in California, Arizona, Texas and Colorado have all reported teams of Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents — some in uniform, some not — sweeping into courtrooms or lurking outside court complexes, waiting to arrest immigrants who are in the U.S. illegally, the Los Angeles Times reports. ICE officials have defended the tactic, saying they make . . .

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