California Chief Justice Tell Feds To Stop Courthouse Raids


The Chief Justice for California's Supreme Court is speaking out about courthouse raids by federal immigration officers.  

Chief Justice Tani Cantil-Sakauye says she felt it was her duty to call out ICE officials who are detaining people at courthouses around the state.  Cantil-Sakauye added the policy affects public safety as those people who are here illegally (or not), are far less likely to report crimes and seek assistance from police if they feel threatened by federal immigration agents. 

Attorney General Jeff Sessions replied to Cantil-Sakauye saying sanctuary city laws are partly to blame for the uptick in courthouse detentions by ICE agents.


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