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  • Sheriff Scott Jones: 'Department strongly disagrees with verdict'

    Jurors awarded more than $3.57 million in damages to the four veteran female sheriff’s deputies who claimed their Sheriff’s Department superiors retaliated against them for speaking out against discrimination and preferential treatment in their ranks. Sheriff Scott Jones spoke at a press conference Thursday, May 19.

Jurors awarded more than $3.57 million in damages to the four veteran female sheriff’s deputies who claimed their Sheriff’s Department superiors retaliated against them for speaking out against discrimination and preferential treatment in their ranks. Sheriff Scott Jones spoke at a press conference Thursday, May 19. Jose Luis Villegas The Sacramento Bee
Jurors awarded more than $3.57 million in damages to the four veteran female sheriff’s deputies who claimed their Sheriff’s Department superiors retaliated against them for speaking out against discrimination and preferential treatment in their ranks. Sheriff Scott Jones spoke at a press conference Thursday, May 19. Jose Luis Villegas The Sacramento Bee
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