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Hiroshi Motomura, Susan Westerberg Prager Professor of Law at the UCLA School of Law, is the co‐author of two immigration‐related casebooks: Immigration and Citizenship: Process and Policy (Seventh Edition 2012), and Forced Migration: Law and Policy, published in 2007. The substance of this report is drawn from Hiroshi Motomura, “The Discretion That Matters: Federal Immigration Enforcement, State and Local Arrests, and the Civil–Criminal Line,” UCLA Law Review 58 (2011): 1819‐1858, which cites the relevant sources.
- The President’s Discretion, Immigration Enforcement, and the Rule of Law (IPC Perspectives, August 2014)
- Prosecutorial Discretion in Context: How Discretion is Exercised Throughout Our Immigration System (IPC Special Report, April 2012)
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