Top court weighs bail increases for illegal immigrants
New Jersey's Supreme Court yesterday asked a defense attorney why prosecutors should not be allowed to seek bail increases to keep illegal immigrants accused of serious crimes from being deported before their cases can be heard.
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#2 Apr 29, 2009
No problem with keeping them in jail while the case is heard and moved to trial, or dismissed. I would like to see people who have come, and committed a crime, in a jail in Arizona growing tomatoes for a year before they go home.
Once at home, they cannot be returned legally or otherwise.
I believe the current policy is in place because the cost of holding them is terriably high. We need a lot more detention space for a while and we don't have it.
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