Arnold & Porter Kaye Scholer and Justice Department lawyers on Friday told a federal judge they agreed to lower the amount the administration will pay to end a lawsuit where Trump officials admitted to lying in court, after the judge found the initial payment was too high.

The DOJ initially committed to paying roughly $205,000 in attorney fees and other legal costs in settling the lawsuit, which challenged a since-rescinded policy blocking New York state residents from a program meant to help Americans travel across international borders. But U.S. District Senior Judge Richard Leon of the District of Columbia last month found that the payment was too high, and chided DOJ attorneys for not challenging the amount.

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