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California Will Free Up to 8,000 Inmates to Limit Virus Spread

According to a Politico report, California Gov. Gavin Newsom will expedite the release of up to 8,000 inmates to limit the spread of the coronavirus among inmates and prison staff under an order that applies to inmates who have less than a year remaining in their sentences. The order does, however, prohibit the release of people serving time for domestic violence offenses or other violent crimes. Those who meet the criteria, are older than 30 and are in one of eight “high-risk” institutions, like San Quentin, could be eligible for immediate release.


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