The U.S.-Mexico border fence stretches 14 miles inland separating San Diego and Tijuana, Mexico, in this March 27, 2006, file photo. The homes at left are in Tijuana. This section of became the western-most end of the fence when an additional 700 miles of non-contiguous fencing, was erected between California and Texas as a part of the Secure Fence Act. (AP/Lenny Ignelzi)

Texas Residents Brace For Border Wall Eminent Domain Battles

As the Trump administration sets its sights on building a barrier on the country’s southern border, a group of Texas attorneys aims to help border residents ensure they are properly compensated for whatever land the government seizes.