NJ Chief Justice ask ICE to Stop Arresting Immigrants at the Courthouses

<h1>N.J.’s chief justice asks ICE to stop arresting immigrants at courthouses</h1>
<blockquote class=”repubhubembed”><p class=”rhexcerpt”>TRENTON — The chief justice of New Jersey’s Supreme Court is calling on federal immigration officials to stop arresting unauthorized immigrants at state courthouses, warning the practice could undermine New Jersey’s justice system. In a letter to federal Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly, Chief Justice Stuart Rabner raised concerns over two recent arrests by Immigration Customs&hellip;<!–more–></p><style scoped>.repubhubembed{display:none;}</style></blockquote>
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