Wednesday, June 18, 2008
The Transactional Records Access Clearinghouse, a data analysis organization affiliated with Syracuse University, produced findings that Criminal prosecutions of immigrants by federal authorities surged to a record high in March, as immigration cases accounted for the majority — 57 percent — of all new federal criminal cases brought nationwide that month. The record number of 9,350 new immigration prosecutions in March was part of a “highly unusual surge” that began in January, the report said, and represented 73 percent more new immigration cases compared with March 2007.
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For the report, click here.