Immigration and Customs Enforcement officers have made 150 arrests in and around New York state courthouses since President Trump took office, their targets ranging from a traffic court in upstate Onondoga County to a family court in Brooklyn, according to records compiled by immigrant advocates.

The vast bulk of these arrests have occurred in New York City, where federal agents have repeatedly clashed with public defense lawyers who have argued that seizure of their clients both disrupts due process and threatens public safety.