San Diego County will provide attorneys to immigrants facing deportation proceedings under a pilot program approved Tuesday by the Board of Supervisors. Work in the program will begin on a $5 million, one-year pilot program administered through the county’s public defender’s office. It would provide lawyers for free to those detained at Otay Mesa Detention Center, the local federal immigration detention facility. County staff have 90 days to report back on a plan to fund and operate the program permanently in partnership with immigrant defense and non-profit groups. San Diego would be the first southern border county in the United States to provide legal representation for those in federal immigration custody who are facing removal proceedings.

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San Diego County will provide immigrants with lawyers.