Former LA County Sheriff Lee Baca Could Face 20 Year Sentence If Convicted
Lee Baca, who headed the biggest jail system in the country for 16 years, was indicted Friday on charges of obstructing justice and conspiring to block a federal investigation. Baca backed out of a plea agreement Monday. Jeff Nguyen reports.
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