On April 11 in Nogales, Az., Attorney General Jeff Sessions rolled out the Justice Department's judge relocation program "to reduce the significant backlogs in our immigration courts." DOJ "already surged 25 immigration judges to detention centers along the border,” he said, reports Politico. The idea was to send U.S. immigration court judges currently handling “non-detained” immigration cases—cases such as . . .
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