After winning their court case, the Tohono O'odham want attorney and legal fees
to be paid for by the state. However, a judge disagrees.
Arizona sued the Tohono O'odham over the plans to build a tribal casino near
Phoenix. In May, a ruling was made in favor of the tribe. $4.2 million was
billed to the tribe to pay for the costs of legal fees and their attorney. Now
they are requesting the state to compensate the fees.
The request was denied by Judge David Campbell of the U.S. District Court. The
reasoning behind the denial was that the state intends to appeal the ruling.
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