By Dana Simas, CDCR
A positive wave of change has taken over the female inmates at California Institution for Women (CIW) in Corona.
By Rina Palta, KPCC
A new report by the Center on Juvenile and Criminal Justice (CJCJ) echoes widespread concerns California may not be on track to reduce its prison population quickly enough to comply with a federal court order.
SACRAMENTO, Calif. -- Criminals who were sentenced as juveniles to die in prison would get a chance at freedom if a bill approved by the Assembly becomes law.
By Victoria Kim, Los Angeles Times
Sentencing a juvenile offender to 110 years to life in prison for attempted murder is cruel and unusual punishment, the California Supreme Court ruled Thursday, striking down a sentence in a Los Angeles County case.
Ventura County Reporter
With the last fireworks of the Ventura County Fair, summer comes to a close and the school year appears on the horizon. As parents fill their children’s backpacks full of pens, pencils, notebooks, rulers and calculators, the hope of a promising future through hard work and dedication to studying reinvigorates the population after a laid-back summer.
San Francisco Examiner