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Detainee Phone Calls

A federal judge signed off on a deal where federal immigration officials will pay $405,000 and change phone policies for immigrants in some California detention centers, to settle claims they violated detainees’ rights by restricting phone calls.

SAN FRANCISCO – A federal judge signed off on a deal where federal immigration officials will pay $405,000 and change phone policies for immigrants in some California detention centers, to settle claims they violated detainees’ rights by restricting phone calls.

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