Rick Chavez, pictured here when the Fresno County Juvenile Justice Center was under construction. He was placed on administrative leave from his probation chief post by Fresno County judges in April.
Rick Chavez, pictured here when the Fresno County Juvenile Justice Center was under construction. He was placed on administrative leave from his probation chief post by Fresno County judges in April. JOHN WALKER Fresno Bee file
Rick Chavez, pictured here when the Fresno County Juvenile Justice Center was under construction. He was placed on administrative leave from his probation chief post by Fresno County judges in April. JOHN WALKER Fresno Bee file

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