Continuing in the critique of Mr. Roberts' proposal for the creation of an independent article I immigration court, the author argues that, while Mr. Roberts presents salient points, his proposal is inappropriate except to the extent that the adjudicative process can be separated from the enforcement agency. The author argues that an independent immigration court would over-judicialize the immigration process, and further argues that such a court would not be vested with judicial authority pursuant to the constitution.
James J. Orlow,
Comments on "A Specialized Statutory Immigration Court",
San Diego L. Rev.
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