Jan 072011
 
 January 7, 2011  Court, Workplace

Ali Winston reports:

In the last few days of 2010, a Los Angeles judge issued a critical opinion in the ongoing struggle over privacy between law enforcement unions and civil liberties advocates. On December 30, Judge Joseph Di Loreto barred the release of the names of Long Beach Police Department officers in response to a Public Records Act request from the Los Angeles Times.

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