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Court Upholds Firing of State Trooper Who Sought Sexual Favors at Traffic Stops

A state appeals court upheld the firing of a state trooper accused of requesting sexual favors from four women he stopped for traffic infractions.

The unanimous ruling from the five-judge panel concluded "that petitioner's guilt is supported by the record" and so the decision to fire him "will not be disturbed."

Source: Courthouse News. Read full article. (link)

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