After research, group says these inmates are innocent but remain behind bars on technicalities
While negotiations continue over long-term solution, California must reduce inmate population by spring.
This week’s news around the Bay Area, in photos
After long prison sentences, third strikers who are released must readjust with little assistance.
More than 1,000 three strikers have been released since voters passed Prop. 36, softening the law.
Jeffrey Beard may have the toughest job in state politics, facing multiple crises since taking the job.
An $80 million state grant could help add cells and expand services at the facility.
She says budget cuts reducing court sessions are “basically denying justice across the state.”
Inmates say the units amount to psychological torture. Official say they’re human — and necessary.