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Judge will decide justification for Dubinski's firing

Former Neenah officer files second appeal over suppression of statements

11:40 AM, Oct. 28, 2013
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Former Neenah police officer Renee Dubinski's year-long fight to regain her job will culminate Thursday, when a Winnebago County judge decides whether her firing for department policy violations was justified or should be overturned.

In her court appeal, Dubinski contends that as a black, female officer, she was treated differently than white, male officers in the Neenah Police Department who were disciplined - but not fired - for violating similar policies.

"There was no attempt, to any degree, to employ progressive discipline, a theory that the department has embraced for years with ...

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