Think Tank 1010am Immigration Plans
If Department of Justice attorneys intentionally lied to a federal judge abut Obama immigration plans, should they be prosecuted? A Texas federal judge says President Obama and his Justice Department committed serious misconduct when they lied about their immigration plans. Would you be prosecuted for lying to a federal judge? Will they? (In late 2014, after Texas & 25 other states filed a lawsuit challenging President Obama’s executive actions that could protect around 4 million people from deportation & make them eligible to work in America... Justice department attorneys told Judge Hanen that one program that protects children brought to the U.S. illegally from deportation had not yet begun. Later federal officials said they renewed the rights for more than 108.000 people to protect them from deportation and give then work permits. They lied.) This hours guest: Ian Millhiser - Senior Fellow@Center for American Progress (expertise: courts, constitutional law) John Malcolm - Expert on Crime, Overcriminalization from Heritage Foundation
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