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With Baca's 'best remaining days' at hand, judge rules he should go to prison now. Baca vows appeal

With Alzheimer’s slowly taking his mind, former Los Angeles County Sheriff Lee Baca should spend “his best remaining days” in prison and not be allowed to remain free while he appeals his conviction, a federal judge has ruled. In issuing an order for Baca to surrender to prison officials by Monday...
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