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Detained Teens

The Ninth Circuit on Monday upheld a federal judge’s order requiring hearings for undocumented teens who have been indefinitely detained on suspicion of gang involvement, rejecting the government’s claim the order runs afoul of a law meant to protect victims of human trafficking.

SAN FRANCISCO – The Ninth Circuit on Monday upheld a federal judge’s order requiring hearings for undocumented teens who have been indefinitely detained on suspicion of gang involvement, rejecting the government’s claim the order runs afoul of a law meant to protect victims of human trafficking.

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