Immigration Enforcement

Justice Department visits local courts over language access

GRAHAM – Members of the U.S. Department of Justice toured dif-ferent Alamance County courts this week as part of a statewide investigation into whether people with limited English proficiency have equal access to court services.The Coordination and Review Section of the department’s Civil Rights Division announced last May that it planned to investigate the N.C. Administrative Office of the Courts in response to a complaint filed in 2006 by local attorney Ebher Rossi Jr.

March 2, 2008 - Posted by | alamance, Uncategorized

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  1. To be a citizen one is supposed to speak and comprehend english. Therefore if they need a translator they do not belong here. I think the justice dept. would have better things to pursue. For an example the illegals and bleeding hearts who are giving the illegals advice how to avoid ICE and not answer questions, isn’t this aiding and abetting? Or the tax free churches giving sanctuary to illegals should those involved not be arrested for aiding and abetting? Who decides the justice dept. priorities would the president of amnesty be involved?

    Comment by buzzo | March 2, 2008

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