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Old 02-13-2010, 01:11 PM
 
Location: Maryland
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Perhaps they will also permit conjugal visits.

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NEW YORK (CBS) ― Federal officials said they will work to ensure that immigration detainees being transferred from a Manhattan detention center to a New Jersey jail can return to the city to meet with relatives and their lawyers.

These arrangements would include twice-weekly pro bono legal sessions.

Immigrant advocates had opposed the move. A lawyer for New York University School of Law's Immigrant Rights Clinic applauded the new measures, but said authorities should concentrate on releasing the detainees instead.
Detainees Being Moved From NYC To NJ To Get Visits - wcbstv.com (http://wcbstv.com/local/detainees.immigration.detention.2.1492663.html - broken link)
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