A federal appeals court revived the lawsuit of a Brooklyn man, and US citizen, who was wrongly held in immigration detention for four days. Luis
A federal appeals court broadened immigrant protection against speedy deportation by recognizing a right to hire their own lawyer when pursuing a fear of torture
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