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August 11, 2012 12:45 AM

Jury in former Stanislaus deputy's lawsuit returns Wednesday

A jury in a civil trial will return to court Wednesday to start its fourth day of deliberations in the case of a former Stanislaus County sheriff's deputy suing the county, claiming he was forced out of his job after a series of injuries on duty. Dennis Wallace says he is capable of returning to work as a patrol deputy after surgeries to repair the injuries and rehabilitation to strengthen his body.

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