Kiddie Sworn

kid in court

There’s a nasty loophole in immigration court, namely that kids as young as 3 years old are not entitled to an assigned counsel to help them answer complex legal questions.

“… [Judge ] Weil is one of the bigwigs in the Executive Office for Immigration Review and helps the agency set policy for all the immigration courts in the country. He’s totally fine with the fact that, in 2015, 42% of the 20,000 toddlers facing immigration courts had to represent themselves. So how is this playing out?”

Read our new article at Smashpipe to find out what’s really going on!












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