July 24, 2015, in Flores v. Johnson 2015 C.D. Cal., Dolly Judge Mr. Gee ruled that the licensing order applied to accompanied and unaccompanied minors and that immigration officers had violated the consent decree by refusing to release accompanied minors held in a family detention center.     The Government stated: On August 21, 2015, Justice Gee clarified the language “without unnecessary delay” and “without delay” in the Flores regulation, ruling that the attitude of parents and children could be “under the parameters” of the comparison for a maximum of 20 days.    Justice Gee ruled, that imprisoned children and their parents caught red-handed crossing the border could not be detained for more than 20 days, and stated that Texas prisons, such as the Geo Group`s Karnes County Residential Center (KCRC) in Karnes City, Texas, and the T. Don Hutto Residential Center in Taylor Texas had not met Flores standards. Gee expanded Flores to cover accompanied and unaccompanied children.  Justice Gee ruled that Flores was asking the government to release the children “without unnecessary delay,” which kept them within 20 days.
  The court ordered the release of 1,700 families who had no risk of flight.    The Federal Colony of Flores v. Reno regulates the treatment and conditions of unaccompanied minors in federal detention. Lawyers Carlos Holguin and Peter Schey filed a class action on behalf of Flores, Cruz and two other girls who had fled El Salvador. The complaint called on officials to ask potential family members to release children in prison and to meet minimum standards for the well-being of children. He spent 12 years in court, eventually he went to the Supreme Court, then returned to a California district court. In 1997, a comparison was finally made between the applicants and the INS Commissioner. By that time, the children had already grown up. DOJ submitted an application to Flores v.
Sessions, which asks the court to grant limited emergency assistance to exempt DHS, among other things, from the provisions relating to the release of the Flors Settlement Agreement.