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May 9, 2016 5:43 PM

Undersheriff denies improper relationship in deputy bias case

Erik Maness says budget cuts, leadership style led to Sacramento County plaintiffs’ reassignments

Female deputies claim retaliation after they say they complained to Maness

Sheriff’s attorneys argue none of the plaintiff deputies lost pay, hours, benefits or rank

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