Deputies’ Sickout Disrupts L.A. Criminal Cases

Print More,1,197717.story?coll=la-headlines-california Nearly 100 Los Angeles County sheriff’s deputies called in sick yesterday, the second day of a “sickout” that has disrupted hundreds of criminal cases and forced Los Angeles Police Department officers off patrol to fill in, the Los Angeles Times reports. Some 1,800 defendants were not taken to courthouses as scheduled in the last
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