Politico ------- The Justice Department will send 35 prosecutors and 18 judges to the southern U.S. border to bolster efforts to prosecute immigrants entering the U.S. illegally, Attorney General Jeff Sessions announced Wednesday. Among the assistant attorneys dispatched to the border, 15 will be allocated to Texas, eight to California, six to Arizona and six to New Mexico. The immigration judges, meanwhile, will be deployed to adjudicate cases in courts along the U.S-Mexico border in parts of the same states. To learn more click on the picture below to read the article.
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