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August 12, 2010

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Colorado Defense Attorney

The number of Immigration Judges actually declined over most of this period. And the ratio of judges to new court matters received has been declining over a much more extended period of time.

JW

God forbid they streamline the process or hire more judges. But why the turnover? Are the current judges being threatened? I suspect they are. After all, why would we think that such things would not happen here just as they do in Mexico City or Juarez? Kidnapping and murder is standard operating procedure there and it has immigrated here.

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