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Immigration lawyers in California are moving thousands of undocumented immigrant prisoners ' legal proceedings from San Francisco to a ground-breaking and different law court in northern LA after they discover the extremely contentious Trump government policy decision. The government has not been vetting them regarding the current decision, the lawyers and defense attorneys who represent the vast majority of illegal immigrants in California. The state has been worried that the moves would potentially impede legal representation for hundreds of immigration employees and that Bay Area's completely NPOs and municipalities would refuse decades of work to support refugees with more comprehensive professional services.
The head of immigrant enforcement team at the Alameda County Defense attorney's Department, Raha, claimed that "this is a significant move farther from justice in this country." Under the Novel Idea, from 3 February inaugurated by the central court of Van Nuy this November, prisoners in the Ice processing plant in Bakersfield would hear their court cases. In response to questions from the Guardian on why the department moved cases from San Francisco, the Presidential office for Migration Reform did not promptly answered.