New Hampshire AG not appealing dismissal of trespass charges against illegal immigrants

[JURIST] New Hampshire Attorney General Kelly Ayotte has determined that there is "an insufficient basis for appeal" against the recent dismissal of trespassing charges against two illegal immigrants brought by state officials. Judge L. Phillips Runyon dismissed the trespassing violations [AP report] against the immigrants earlier this month and stated that state trespass laws cannot constitutionally be used to curb illegal immigration. AP has more.



 

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