There’ll be no more coddling of illegal immigrants in U.S. courts as was the norm in the Obama administration.
The Department of Justice issued new, update guidelines directing judges trying cases involving unaccompanied minors who entered the U.S. illegally to do so fairly, Reuters reported.
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Judges are cautioned to be skeptical in a Dec. 20 memo, which says unaccompanied illegal alien children “generally receives more favorable treatment under the law than other categories of illegal aliens.”
Treatment than creates “an incentive to misrepresent accompaniment status or age in order to attempt to qualify for the benefits,” the memo noted.
Using language not included in the old guidelines, judges are told to be on the
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