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Policy defines trooper role on immigration

Inquiry on status must relate to criminal case

By Maria Sacchetti
Globe Staff / November 24, 2007

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A new Massachusetts policy makes it clear that State Troopers should not enforce federal immigration laws, but troopers may ask a person's immigration status during traffic stops and other matters if it is relevant to a criminal investigation. (Full article: 629 words)

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