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OCT 04, 2013 - San Francisco Chronicle

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APNewsBreak: Shutdown slowed border prosecutions

A U.S. official told The Associated Press that Duffy's office issued guidelines Monday that immigrant smuggling cases would only be prosecuted if they involved death or serious injury and non-marijuana drug smuggling cases would not be prosecuted if a suspect had a "border crossing card," which is a visa issued to Mexicans living in border regions to allow short visits. Duffy, in response to a request for comment, said in a statement, Our initial contingency plan was not going to allow us to maintain our regular intake of criminal cases so we sought and received authorization from DOJ to ... Read More

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