The State Worker

November 25, 2013 10:18 AM

From the notebook: Read the judicial security contract with CHP

In case you missed it: Our story in Sunday’s Bee looks at how the CHP drives appellate court justices as part of its security contract with the Administrative Office of the Courts. Several readers have emailed requests to read the agreement, so here it is:

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