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Court Rejects Government’s Efforts to Dismiss Lawsuit Challenging Inhumane Detention Conditions; Certifies Large Class of Immigrant Plaintiffs

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Jan. 13, 2016 CONTACT: Candice Francis, LCCR, 415-543-9697×216, cfrancis@lccr.org Wendy Feliz, American Immigration Council, 202-507-7524, wfeliz@immcouncil.org Adela de la Torre, NILC, 213-400-7822, delatorre@nilc.org Steve Kilar, ACLU of Arizona, 602-773-6007, skilar@acluaz.org Hayley Home, Morrison & Foerster LLP, 415-268-6021, HHome@mofo.com San Francisco, CA — On Monday, a federal district court permitted a class action … Continue reading Court Rejects Government’s Efforts to Dismiss Lawsuit Challenging Inhumane Detention Conditions; Certifies Large Class of Immigrant Plaintiffs



Washington Post: Judge Rules Lawsuit against Border Patrol facilities in Arizona can go forward

Original article can be found in the Washington Post Judge: Lawsuit saying Central American migrants are held in filthy, inhumane conditions can go forward By Jerry Markon Lawyers for undocumented Central American immigrants who have flocked to the United States since 2014 have won an early round in their legal battle to prove that the … Continue reading Washington Post: Judge Rules Lawsuit against Border Patrol facilities in Arizona can go forward