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Electrician who had his felony convictions reduced to misdemeanors

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A new report  from the Public Policy Institute of California finds that realignment and Prop 47 have not, so far, resulted in an increase in crime in California.

The Effect of Downgrading Felonies

A new report from the Public Policy Institute of California finds that realignment and Prop 47 have not, so far, resulted in an increase in crime in California.

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