Niels Frenzen

Professor of Law, University of Southern California Law School

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Professor of Law at the University of Southern California Law School and Director of its Immigration Clinic

Niels Frenzen on KCRW

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US Immigration and Customs Enforcement  has rounded up and detained increasing numbers of undocumented people in the past five years.

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US Immigration and Customs Enforcement has rounded up and detained increasing numbers of undocumented people in the past five years.

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US Immigration and Customs Enforcement still won't talk about 400
immigrants removed a week ago from a detention center on Terminal Island  without notice  to lawyers or family…

ICE Shuts Down San Pedro Immigration Detention Facility without Notice to Attorneys or Families

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