With the number of asylum seekers down, there should be more room…
A CBP officer said in a deposition that supervisors instructed them to lie about not having space to process asylum-seekers at the border.
Meanwhile some of these convictions are getting overturned
Hundreds of people convicted in San Diego of illegally entering the country will have their cases overturned, and thousands more will have the chance to appeal thanks to a 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals decision not to rehear a case that successfully challenged the legitimacy of those convictions.