Factory Justice? 

An effort to prosecute illegal immigrants is expensive and time-consuming—but proponents say it's worthwhile

The noise from rattling chains resonated on the second floor of the Evo A. DeConcini U.S. District Courthouse in Tucson. In the huge Special Proceedings Courtroom, 70 prisoners sat in shackles, taking up nearly every available seat on the defendants' side of…

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