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Ana Suda and Martha Hernandez, two Montana women who were detained by a U.S. Customs and Border Protection agent, reached a settlement with the government in a suit over the incident, Montana Public Radio reports. The women, who are both American citizens, said that the incident violated their constitutional rights, since the agent allegedly detained them because they were speaking Spanish. Crowley Fleck worked with the ACLU of Montana to represent Suda and Hernandez.

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Aleeza Furman

Aleeza Furman is a Philadelphia-based copy editor with ALM. Contact her at [email protected]

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