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Injured Inmate Doesn't Qualify as 'Employee' Under FEHA

Tuesday, July 14, 2020 | 589 | 0 | 66 min read

A California appellate court ruled that a person sentenced to perform unpaid work is precluded, as a matter of law, from being an “employee” within the meaning of the Fair Employment and Housing Act. Case: Talley v. County of Fresno, No. F078541, 07/10/2020, published. Facts: In October 2015, Ronald Talley pleaded no contest to a charge of driving without a license or insurance and was sentenced to 18 days in the Fresno County Jail. Rather than serving behind bars, however, Talley was allowed to participate in the Adult Offender Work Program administ...

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