Can a 3-Year Old Represent Herself in Immigration Court? This Judge Thinks So.

This article originally appeared in the Washington Post at http://wpo.st/IliK1. A senior Justice Department official is arguing that 3- and 4-year-olds can learn immigration law well enough to represent themselves in court, staking out an unconventional position in a growing debate over whether immigrant children facing deportation are entitled to taxpayer-funded attorneys. Jack H. Weil, a longtime … More Can a 3-Year Old Represent Herself in Immigration Court? This Judge Thinks So.

U.S. Franciscans Endorse Franciscan Common Ground

As a collaboration between the different members of the Franciscan Family, Franciscan Common Ground has gathered the support of many religious communities and key partner organizations. The Provincial Ministers of the seven OFM Provinces of the United States of America have recently issued a letter of endorsement for this important and timely conference. The letter reads, … More U.S. Franciscans Endorse Franciscan Common Ground