Two years ago, San Antonio appellate lawyer Timothy Patton found himself growing more and more frustrated by what he saw happening to people seeking asylum in the United States. He was appalled that people who had lived here for decades were facing deportation. He was horrified that families were being torn apart. So he decided to act.

“I figured I could sit around and complain—or do something,” he said.

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