Md. immigration attorneys are heading to the border

In 2015, immigration attorney Nicole Whitaker went to the Mexico border to help detained migrants with asylum claims. “It was really a life-changing experience for me,” said Whitaker, a solo practitioner in Towson. So when the Trump administration’s “zero-tolerance” policy to prosecute all adult migrants crossing the U.S.-Mexico border without documentation led to immigrant families being separated, ...

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