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Plainclothes Officers Arrested Immigrants at a Courthouse. Can They Do That?

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An Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) officer guards a group of immigrations at a facility in Raymondsville, Texas, in 2008.  JOSE CABEZAS—AFP/Getty Images

An Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) officer guards a group of immigrations at a facility in Raymondsville, 德州, in 2008. JOSE CABEZAS—AFP/Getty Images

九月 18, 2017

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Representatives of Immigration and Customs Enforcement say that the arrests of undocumented immigrants last week by plainclothes officers who did not identify themselves to bystanders outside a Brooklyn courthouse were allowed under current policy.

Under the Trump Administration, arrests at courthouses have become a common occurrence, much to the chagrin of immigration attorneys and immigrant rights advocates.

But the arrests last week gained attention after a defense lawyer tweeted about the plainclothes officers and a journalist who came to the courthouse reported that they refused to identify themselves.

Plainclothes Officers Arrested Immigrants at a Courthouse. Can They Do That?

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