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Judge denies Tanaka request to remain free during appeal

A federal judge Wednesday ruled that former Los Angeles Undersheriff Paul Tanaka should not remain out of prison while he appeals his conviction on obstruction of justice charges.  Because Tanaka’s attorneys will now appeal the judge’s decision, plans that called for Tanaka, 58, to begin serving...
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