August 21, 2019
Undocumented Uncertainty

New Immigration Policy Aims for Indefinite Detention of Families

The Trump administration is seeking to supersede the Flores agreement, a court settlement stemming from a Supreme Court case that limits the length of time the federal government can detain migrant children at 20 days.
August 16, 2019
Know Your Rghts

Know Your Rights – Driving Under the Influence

Abogada defensora Yesenia Acosta discusses your rights after being charged with driving under the influence.
August 12, 2019

New Public Charge Policy Officially Announced

In a widely expected move, the Trump administration has announced a change to immigration regulations that would change the definition of a 'public charge' to include common public benefits, such as food stamps or Medicaid.
August 9, 2019

Stopping for School Buses

The new school year rapidly approaches.  It won't be long before the back-to-school sales turn into back-to-school drives featuring those large, bright yellow carriers of schoolchildren, the school bus.
August 7, 2019
Delayed Neck Injury

Faking a Work Injury is a Bad Idea

Workers' compensation is a program designed to help people who were injured on the job.  Unfortunately, some workers, employers, doctors, and insurers try to take advantage of the system.