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Immigration Courts Are Relying on Bad Tech

Immigration courts increasingly rely on video teleconference hearings, but those proceedings come with their own problems

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AsAs immigration court backlogs balloon to nearly 900,000 cases, the Trump administration has taken at least one decidedly technocratic approach to governance: expanding the use of video…

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John Washington

John Washington

John Washington is a writer and translator focusing on immigration and criminal justice. His first book on US asylum history/policy is forthcoming from Verso.

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