Det. Daniel Rojas was one of 16 police plaintiffs who filed suit July 16, 2008, in U.S. District Court in Denver, requesting that it be heard as a class-action.
A pair of judges dismissed all the claims except that of Rojas, and the trial ended Friday when the jury found the City hadn't engaged in discrimination.
Rojas said his assignment to desk work during an investigation of the way he handled an informant continued for four months after he completed a disciplinary suspension.
In other similar cases, he said, officers were sent back to their regular jobs after being disciplined.
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