DOJ orders increased criminal immigration enforcement

In a press release by Department of Justice on Tuesday, the Attorney General Jeff Session declared that the number of Immigrants would be limited and in order to make sure this enforcement, cases of all the immigrants will be dealt on priority basis by the office. For this all prosecutors are notified to deal the cases of all those who want to take asylum or want to conceal or sheltering with fake identities to be treated at priority so that number of immigrants could be downsized according to rule of law. Moreover, people who have been residing on the basis of a contract marriage need to submit the due amount for their proceedings in case or face deporting in other way. He added further to the statement, that border securities have been tightened up in previous months and illegalities been removed to some extent to ensure a secured setup. Also it will eliminate crime scenes and activities that come under the violation of law. To deal with this situation, hiring of about two hundred immigration judges will be made sure to counter the situation in immigration courts. With every passing day the immigration issue is continuously a source of problem for the law enforcing institutes. According to an estimate more than 10 million people have been found as unregistered inhabitants in the US, which is an open violation of law. Moreover, different states of US have started revising their immigration policies. The State of California; the elected representatives have passed the bill in the Senate to protect rights of immigrants and to strictly improve the procedures of investigation, arresting...

Outcry as Utah judge calls Mormon bishop who raped girl a ‘good man’.

Complaints are pouring against a Utah judge who called a former Mormon bishop convicted of rape an “extraordinary, good man” who did something wrong, a Utah judicial oversight organization said on Friday. About 40 emails, six voicemails and some Facebook messages complaining about Judge Thomas Low have come in since late March, said Jennifer Yim, executive director of the Utah judicial performance evaluation commission. The complaints began after Low let Keith Robert Vallejo out of custody after a jury found him guilty of 10 counts of forcible sexual abuse and one count of object rape. But Yim said most of the complaints were filed after the Wednesday sentencing hearing when Low seemed emotional as he sentenced Vallejo to up to life in prison, “The court has no doubt that Mr Vallejo is an extraordinary, good man,” Low said during the sentencing. “But great men sometimes do bad things.” One of Vallejo’s victims said she was shocked by the judge’s sympathy, saying it felt like he cared more about Vallejo than the victims. Low did not return a request for comment submitted through Utah court spokesman Geoff Fattah. One victim was 19 when she said Vallejo, a relative, groped her multiple times when she stayed at his house while attending Brigham Young University in 2013. A second victim told police Vallejo raped and groped her while she slept on his couch in 2014 when she was 17. There was no indication that Low had any prior friendship or relationship with Vallejo, said Ryan McBride, the prosecutor on the case. A judge would have to disclose something like that, he said....