Oct 10, 2012 7:51 PM by Cameron Polom, KSBY News
The two lawyers who sued the city of San Luis Obispo for unconstitutional treatment of the homeless and won are seeking more than $148,000 in legal fees from the city.
The law says that attorneys who undertake cases on behalf of the poor, can request attorney's fees if they win the case. if they lose, they would get nothing.
San Luis Obispo County Superior Court Judge Charles Crandall will hear arguments for and against the payment of attorney fees on October 25 at nine in the morning.
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