VA Attorney General Mark Herring is joining a lawsuit against Libre by Nexus. Libre by Nexus, which calls itself a “bail bond services” firm, provides bond for detainees through a third party. Once they are released, the immigrant has to pay hundreds of dollars per month to cover the bond and pay an additional $420 a month for an ankle monitor the company uses to track the person. The plaintiffs accused the company of preying on immigrants and misrepresenting where their payments go. The lawsuit comes amid other investigations for Libre – according to documents filed in August, the company was under investigation by nearly a dozen businesses and the DOJ. See if you qualify for a Motion to Reopen.

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Virginia joins federal lawsuit against company accused of preying on immigrants.