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January 29, 2013 1:59 PM

Stanislaus deputy back on job after 'limp, lame, lazy' flap

A former deputy sheriff whose discrimination trial uncovered the department’s controversial use of a “limp, lame and lazy” list was reinstated Monday and reports to work Wednesday. Dennis Wallace, on unpaid leave for two years, said he is “ecstatic.”

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