In a July 2005 photograph, Rick Chavez shows one of the completed housing pods at the Fresno County Juvenile Justice Center. The campus south of Fresno is a highlight of Chavez’s career with the county Probation Department – he was the project coordinator. For the past three years, he served as probation chief, until Fresno County judges put him on administrative leave in April 2016. Now, Chavez is fighting for his job.
In a July 2005 photograph, Rick Chavez shows one of the completed housing pods at the Fresno County Juvenile Justice Center. The campus south of Fresno is a highlight of Chavez’s career with the county Probation Department – he was the project coordinator. For the past three years, he served as probation chief, until Fresno County judges put him on administrative leave in April 2016. Now, Chavez is fighting for his job. JOHN WALKER Fresno Bee file
In a July 2005 photograph, Rick Chavez shows one of the completed housing pods at the Fresno County Juvenile Justice Center. The campus south of Fresno is a highlight of Chavez’s career with the county Probation Department – he was the project coordinator. For the past three years, he served as probation chief, until Fresno County judges put him on administrative leave in April 2016. Now, Chavez is fighting for his job. JOHN WALKER Fresno Bee file

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