Tuesday, July 1, 2014

Immigration judge: Death penalty cases in a traffic court setting By Dana Leigh Marks

On the CNN website, Dana Leigh Marks, an immigration judge in San Francisco since 1987 and president of the National Association of Immigration Judges, writes about the nation's immigration courts:

 "What many Americans are just beginning to realize is that a high-stakes drama is being played out in a courtroom near them right now. Not only is this storyline nonfiction, but it often involves life and death consequences. The courtrooms are located in our nation's 58 immigration courts, whose cases include what amount to death penalty cases heard in traffic court settings."

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