In 2006, Colorado passed what lawmakers called "the toughest immigration laws in the nation." Among them was a law that made it a state crime to smuggle humans. Four years later, Westword takes a look at whether that law is working. As detailed in this week's cover story, "Disappearing Act," the state troopers tasked with arresting alleged smugglers are fairly busy. But do the cases fall apart once they hit the courts?
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For more on illegal immigration, check out Village Voice Media's nation-wide series, Amongst U.S.