James P. Gray

Superior Court of Orange County (retired)

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Retired Superior Court judge in Orange County and author of Why Our Drug Laws Have Failed and What We Can Do about It

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Last December, 20-year old Kevin Jonas Rojano-Nieto was convicted of sodomizing a three-year-old family member in Orange County.

Judicial Independence Gets an Angry Challenge in Orange County

Last December, 20-year old Kevin Jonas Rojano-Nieto was convicted of sodomizing a three-year-old family member in Orange County.

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Proposition 5  promises treatment instead of incarceration for kids with drug problems and non-violent drug criminals.  Parolees and prisoners would get treatment too.

Proposition 5

Proposition 5 promises treatment instead of incarceration for kids with drug problems and non-violent drug criminals. Parolees and prisoners would get treatment too.

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