Parents who are fighting truancy fines imposed by the Lebanon School District will take their case back to court Monday.
They filed a lawsuit against the district, saying the fines were excessive. The parents said collectively they paid more than $108,000.
A judge recently agreed that the fines were excessive but has not ruled how much money, if any, the parents should get back. The hearing Monday will examine the restitution issue.
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