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Curtis J. Hill

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Former legislative representative and former president of the California State Sheriffs' Association; former sheriff of San Benito County

Curtis J. Hill on KCRW

The US Supreme Court has ruled that California's overcrowded prisons constitute cruel and unusual punishment.

Prisons, Jails and Alternative Punishments

The US Supreme Court has ruled that California's overcrowded prisons constitute cruel and unusual punishment.

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The state legislature is considered likely to pass a measure called the Transparency and Responsibility Using State Tools – or  TRUST Act , designed to blunt the impact of a…

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The state legislature is considered likely to pass a measure called the Transparency and Responsibility Using State Tools – or TRUST Act , designed to blunt the impact of a…

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