A legal rights organization has filed a class action against California’s San Bernardino County alleging that its courthouses fail to provide access to disabled litigants, witnesses, jurors and attorneys under the Americans with Disabilities Act.

The suit is the second of its kind filed by the Disability Rights Legal Center, which obtained a settlement this year over similar issues at Los Angeles County courthouses. The center’s lawyers expect to file more suits against other California county courthouses.

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