The Montana State Prison system must face constitutional claims by mental health advocates that its policies and practices create “horrific” treatment of severely mentally ill
An 11-judge federal appeals court will consider whether alien minors have a constitutional right to court-appointed lawyers to pursue asylum claims if the youngsters’ fears
Immigrant children who enter the U.S. illegally with their parents have no right to a government-appointed lawyer in court, a federal appeals court held Monday.
A federal judge in Washington blocked the Trump executive order changing the military policy of allowing transgender soldiers to serve and banning new transgender recruits
The federal government must take into account an alien’s poverty and inability to pay bail before they are detained on immigration holds, so long as
A federal judge issued a nationwide injunction Tuesday to halt President Trump’s plan to punish sanctuary cities by taking away federal money. “Federal funding that