Immigration courts are slow to postpone proceedings

Immigration courts are continuing proceedings which has concerned a lot of people who work in the system. Now, lawyers must bring their own protective gear when seeing their clients. Cronkite News reporter Frankie McLister talked to Ray Ybarra Maldonado about what people are doing to try to get immigration courts to shut down due to COVID-19 concerns.

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