Fifty-one State Patrol lieutenants are suing the state, claiming they’re entitled to overtime pay just like lower-ranked troopers and sergeants. Their attorney, Gregg Corwin, says lieutenants spend very little time supervising. “They may only see the patrol officers once a month or so,” he says. “Their primary duty is really to patrol.” Corwin notes conservation supervisors at the same rank *do* receive overtime. State Public Safety Department officials say they can’t comment on pending litigation.