Rabner to ICE: NJ Courthouses Off-Limits for Arrests

, New Jersey Law Journal


Following the recent arrests by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement of two people attending proceedings in New Jersey courts, Chief Justice Stuart Rabner has asked the agency to declare courthouses off-limits for future arrests.

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  • Vig Catalano

    If the crooks commit the crime, they should be arrested. Immigrant or not, arrest them as economically and easily as possible, and save the poor taxpayers the additional expense of hunting crooks elsewhere. More American self-hating judges, shame on them.

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