Judge refuses to trump a request to change a court decision to the family in custody

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A Federal judge has refused the Trump-management-request to amend a long-standing Federal court settlement, officials to detain asylum-seeker families procedures together with longer immigration.

The Monday night decision by U.S. district judge Dolly Gee in Los Angeles makes it difficult for the administration to combine efforts, more than 2,000 children separated from their parents, while they illegally crossed the border.

The change in the so-called Flores settlement was separations an important part of President Donald Trump’s executive order ending the practice of the family. Ministry of justice officials had said for weeks that the separations were inevitable, because the 1997 settlement bars authorities of cases of detention of children when their parents are arrested because they tried to the United States illegally.

The Obama administration facing a similar Situation, had also tried, unsuccessfully, to settlement.

The Ministry of justice had no immediate comment on the ruling.

To shift In her order, judge Gee called the Trump administration’s effort “a cynical attempt…the responsibility to the judiciary for more than 20 years of Congressional inaction and ill-considered Executive actions, which have led to, in order to overcome the current impasse.”

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