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Federal Fees

Following the Ninth Circuit’s rebuke of the Justice Department’s move toward denying immigrant children detainees bond hearings, a federal judge has ordered the government to pay attorney fees of just over $1 million, $45,000 less than the plaintiffs asked for.

LOS ANGELES – Following the Ninth Circuit’s rebuke of the Justice Department’s move toward denying immigrant children detainees bond hearings, a federal judge has ordered the government to pay attorney fees of just over $1 million, $45,000 less than the plaintiffs asked for.

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