Statement for Congress: “The Release of Criminal Detainees by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement”

In a statement submitted to the House Judiciary Committee, which convenes a hearing on immigration detention, Human Rights First urged Congress to facilitate a transformation of U.S. immigration detention policies though legislation that brings U.S. practices into line with human rights standards and incorporates best practices from the criminal justice system.


Published on March 18, 2013


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