Courts Criticize Judges' Handling of Asylum CasesQuicklink submitted by Amanda Lang Permalink
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|Federal appeals court judges around the nation have repeatedly excoriated immigration judges this year for what they call a pattern of biased and incoherent decisions in asylum cases. In one decision last month, Richard A. Posner, a prominent and relatively conservative federal appeals court judge in Chicago, concluded that 'the adjudication of these cases at the administrative level has fallen below the minimum standards of legal justice.'|
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