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Crime by illegal immigrants at the heart of Mesa woman’s crusade (access required)

Critics say they understand the pain that crime victims go through, but that groups like the Department of Homeland Security’s new Victims of Immigration Crime Engagement Office unfairly stigmatize all immigrants for the actions of a criminal few.

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Border Patrol agents arrest an alleged border-crosser in June near a medical aid camp in the desert near Arivaca. While such cases are typically dispensed with quickly, new numbers show the backlog for other pending immigration cases has reached record levels, and sparked record delays. (Photo courtesy Customs and Border Protection)

Despite adding more judges, immigration court backlog continues to grow (access required)

Immigration court cases waiting to be heard hit an all-time high of 607,755 in June – 10,031 of them in Arizona – despite the hiring of more judges and a Trump administration directive to expedite cases.