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"How 'Trial by Skype' Became the Norm in Immigration Court"

For detained immigrants, "attending" immigration proceedings via videoconference is the increasing norm. It's cheaper and logistically easier for the government; unsurprisingly, it also means worse outcomes for immigrants in court. Thanks to Mother Jones for letting me tell this story.


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