Otero County settles immigration suit

The Otero County Sheriff's Department agreed in a legal settlement to direct its deputies not to ask immigration questions of people they stop for traffic violations, among other things. Full Story

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#1 Apr 11, 2008
You have got to be kidding me ??

The Sheriff cannot ask if the person is an Illegal immigrant !

since when are our law enforcment officers not able to question suspects about a crime ??

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