This week Matthew and I are joined by Andrew Free to discuss the latest in immigration law. Trump has new “demands” for any future immigration legislation. Jeff Sessions calls out “dirty immigration lawyers,” and more.
This week we’re joined by Alma Montes de Oca, Immigration Attorney in Phoenix, Arizona, to talk about her experience at the Trump Rally Protest and the potential pardon of Sheriff Joe Arpaio. We’re also joined by Luis Cortes, Immigration Attorney and DREAMer from Kent, Washington to talk about the future of DACA.
This week Stephen Manning and Ian Philabaum join Matthew and I to talk about their new project to bring rule of law to the border.
Matthew and I discuss Trump’s Iowa “rally,” and white privilege.
We’re back from vacation! This week on REDIRECT: Immigration Law & Perspectives Matthew and I talk about our dystopian nightmares, America’s history of hating/needing immigrants, and AILA’s decision to withdraw from it’s Texas conference.
This week on REDIRECT: Immigration Law & Perspectives Matthew and I dissect Secretary of Homeland Security John Kelly’s recent appearance on Meet the Press. It was . . . not encouraging. But who was more pathetic, John Kelly or Chuck Todd?
This week immigration attorney extraordinaire Davorin Odrcic joins us to review the week in immigration news. Backlogged courts, expensive deportations, and a golden cantaloupe for the ages.
Trump supporters are shocked that their undocumented spouses, employees, etc. are being targeted by the man who promised to deport ALL undocumented immigrants. Also, we’re joined by immigration attorney Luis Cortes to talk about his experience as an undocumented law student, and his client Daniel Ramirez, a DACA recipient who was arrested and detained by ICE over a month ago.
This week on REDIRECT we talk to attorney Andrew Free about his class action lawsuit against GEO for forced labor of immigrant detainees. Matthew and I discuss President’ Trump’s VOICE program and the quest for the “perfect immigrant.”
In this edition of That’s Wrong, attorney Drew White joins me to debunk the president’s “belief” that 3-5 million illegal votes were cast against him.