SPOTLIGHT: Harbor-UCLA tech back on job after serving time for violent crime

Not long ago, surgical technician Norris Smith was convicted of firing a gun into an occupied car. Pleading no contest, he served 169 days in jail for the infraction, in addition to being placed on probation, and was ordered to undergo psychiatric treatment. Days after his release, he's returned to work at Harbor-UCLA Medical Center, a move which has shocked colleagues. Many have been concerned about his behavior since 2005, when he was suspended for threatening a doctor. Article

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