The growing number of Central American child immigrants gathering at the U.S. border is a crisis that has drawn attorneys from around the country. One of them is Glenwood Springs immigration attorney Jennifer Smith. She traveled to Artesia, New Mexico last month, where hundreds of women and children are being detained at a law enforcement training center. Aspen Public Radio’s Marci Krivonen reports.
When attorney Jennifer Smith got word that help was needed in Artesia, she jumped in her car and drove ten hours straight to the small town in southwestern New Mexico.