Prosecutorial discretion is a matter of policy, not law — the discretion that any law enforcement agency, be it a prosecutor’s office or Department of Homeland Security, has to decide why, when and how to enforce the law.
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A government memo circulated in August, 2013, stated that ICE agents can consider that a person being taken into custody may have a family, and that detention could have broader repercussions. Furthermore, the memo posits that federal immigration officials have the power to offer alternatives to detention for certain parents.
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