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What are two major considerations in deciding whether to detain a noncitizen during a noncriminal deportation proceeding?
When deciding whether to detain a non-citizen during a non-criminal deportation proceeding, the two major considerations are (1) is there a stong probability of obtaining a conviction and (2) in this particular instance, [ is prosecution in the Public Interest. ]
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