State Supreme Court overturns DES decision
The court ruled that the Department of Employment Security and an appeals tribunal each erroneously interpreted state law when denying Stewart's claim by saying he didn't have enough earnings to qualify for benefits.
Stewart was the city's code enforcement officer from March 14 to June 29, 2011. He was charged May 28 with driving while under the influence of alcohol or drugs.
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