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Labor & Employment — Public Employees – Personal Misconduct – Window Tinting – Political Campaigning (access required)

According to the testimony of petitioner’s supervisors, an auto inspection shop manager, and petitioner himself, the petitioner-probation and parole officer violated the respondent-employer’s policy by, among other things, (1) attempting to obtain a law enforcement exemption for window tinting on his personal vehicle, (2) using community-service leave for improper political campaigning purposes while petitioner was ...

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