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Push on Immigration Crimes Is Said to Shift Focus

Push on Immigration Crimes Is Said to Shift Focus
By SOLOMON MOORE (NYT)
Published: January 11, 2009
LAREDO, Tex. — Inside a courthouse just north of the Rio Grande, federal judges mete out prison sentences to throngs of 40 to 60 illegal immigrants at a time. The accused, mostly from Central America, Brazil and Mexico, wear rough travel clothes that speak of arduous journeys: flannel shirts, sweat suits, jeans and running shoes or work boots.
中で触れられているシラキュース大学のTRACの研究はこれ。

Immigration Cases Drive Federal Prosecutions to New High in FY 2008
(12 Jan 2009)
An unusually large surge in immigration prosecutions in the last months of FY 2008 means that the annual count of such filings more than quadrupled during the Bush Administration, according the latest available data from the Justice Department. The recent sharp jump in immigration matters also resulted in the annual number of all kinds of federal criminal prosecutions reaching their all-time high.

データはこれだという。

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