76,000 CALIFORNIA PRISON INMATES TO BE ELIGIBLE FOR EARLIER RELEASE
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Late on a Friday night, with very little notice, California Office of Administrative Law used emergency regulations to approve the early release of up to 76,000 inmates based on the loosely written Proposition 57 that passed in 2016. This means that up to 63,000 inmates convicted of violent crimes will be eligible for good behavior credits that will shorten their sentences substantially. That includes 20,000 inmates who are serving a life sentence with the possibility of parole. It also may include up to 20,000 inmates who are registered sex offenders based on a case with a recent ruling by the California Supreme Court.
I ask you...
WHAT ABOUT THE WOMEN AND VICTIMS WHO TESTIFIED AGAINST THEM?
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