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She told the tenant to get rid of the chickens and went to court where she pleaded guilty to two infractions, one for chickens and the other for renting her property without a business license. She was fined $75 for each infraction and she thought the case was closed. This is what happened so far:  Indio mayor defends practice of charging city code violators 'prosecution fees' Then a bill – for $3,000, including $2,400 in "prosecution fees" – arrived from the law firm of Silver & Wright. Her appeal to reverse the charges was denied and she ended up owing an even bigger sum: $5,650.  Now

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