In August, Miles Locker took a week-long vacation to Mexico.

On his first day back, his 21-year career as a California labor lawyer pretty much came to an end. Robert Jones, the state Department of Labor Standards and Enforcement’s new chief counsel, put him on paid suspension and ordered him out. A state peace officer followed Locker home and seized his laptop.

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