Denise L Gilman in the News

Denise L Gilman’s faculty profile

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KVUE March 26, 2024

Texas SB 4: What we can VERIFY about the immigration law

Clinical professor Denise Gilman explains, in reference to Texas SB 4, that law enforcement will likely transport detained migrants across the border into Mexico, regardless of their nation of origin.
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KXAN March 1, 2024

Federal Judge Rules Against New Texas Border Law

Professor Denise Gilman is interviewed about a recent ruling against Texas' SB4 bill and previews the future legal battles and challenges that will take place over the law.
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The Christian Science Monitor February 28, 2024

Tough Texas immigration law nears. Residents have questions.

Clinical Professor Denise Gilman predicts that SB4, which expands Texas' immigration enforcement powers, will lead to a clash with the federal immigration system that would undermine constitutional federal authority.
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Tampa Bay Times February 20, 2024

DeSantis’ push to secure the US-Mexico border, explained

Clinical Professor Denise Gilman comments on how the increase in migrant apprehensions is straining federal resources, drawing attention to U.S. detention facilities' lack of space, high operational costs, and dangerous conditions.
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KBTX News 3 February 19, 2024

Senate Bill 4 moves to federal judge

Clinical Professor Denise Gilman considers the legal challenges surrounding the implementation of Senate Bill 4, which grants any Texas Law Enforcement Officers the authority to detain and potentially deport undocumented migrants.