Real state government action to solve an immigration problem.

Tuesday, May 4th, 2010

The San Diego City Counsel voted yesterday 7-1 for a resolution to repeal Arizona’s new “immigration law.” The Arizona law, as amended, allows for questioning of immigration status only if stopping, detaining or arresting a person while enforcing another law. The earlier law had referred to a “contact” with police. While waxing indignant that police should not be “enforcing” immigration law in Arizona, the San Diego City Counsel ignores what the police do in San Diego routinely – handling over aliens…

A test for Arizona law enforcement.

Saturday, April 24th, 2010

Here is a new test for policemen in Arizona. Governor Jan Brewer is free to take the test too. Governor and officers, please send me your answers as soon as possible because I really want to know the correct answers to better advise my clients. The question: Which of the following are illegal aliens who must be arrested by an Arizona policeman or the policeman risks being sued for failure to do his job?