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  • Motorist sues CHP over 2013 arrest

    Harry Orr sued the CHP over his arrest after a 2013 traffic stop in a case that raised evidence the agency uses ticket quotas. On Wednesday, a federal jury awarded him $125,000. That jury said one officer violated the U.S. Constitution. Bee staff writer Sam Stanton speaks with plaintiff Orr.

Harry Orr sued the CHP over his arrest after a 2013 traffic stop in a case that raised evidence the agency uses ticket quotas. On Wednesday, a federal jury awarded him $125,000. That jury said one officer violated the U.S. Constitution. Bee staff writer Sam Stanton speaks with plaintiff Orr. sstanton@sacbee.com
Harry Orr sued the CHP over his arrest after a 2013 traffic stop in a case that raised evidence the agency uses ticket quotas. On Wednesday, a federal jury awarded him $125,000. That jury said one officer violated the U.S. Constitution. Bee staff writer Sam Stanton speaks with plaintiff Orr. sstanton@sacbee.com

Jury awards motorist $125,000 for arrest by CHP

June 16, 2015 10:24 AM

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