With disputes arising in several New Jersey counties over an attorney general directive placing limits on police cooperation with federal immigration agents, attention has turned to how potential litigation would play out in court.

In mid-July the Ocean County freeholders authorized their attorney to prepare a federal suit against the state over the so-called Immigrant Trust Directive. County officials have questioned the attorney general’s authority to issue a directive that, they believe, conflicts with federal law.

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