Administrative law judge Larry Campbell died in September 2015.
Administrative law judge Larry Campbell died in September 2015. Photo courtesy of Bonnie Campbell
Administrative law judge Larry Campbell died in September 2015. Photo courtesy of Bonnie Campbell

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A disabled state judge was ordered to drive on the job – and it killed him, his widow says

April 03, 2017 04:06 PM

UPDATED April 04, 2017 07:43 AM

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    Lt. Col. Christopher Lutz joined the California National Guard in 1996, eventually ending up as a pilot in the Air Guard. Lutz also is a California Highway Patrol officer with 12 years of service, and says the CHP is essentially destroying his career because of his military obligations.

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