Jeanne Woodford

Death Penalty Focus

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Former director of the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation and former warden at San Quentin Prison, which houses the State's Death Row; Executive Director of Death Penalty Focus, a group that advocates against the death penalty

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Jeanne Woodford resigned as Governor Schwarzenegger's Director of  Corrections and Rehabilitation  four years ago.

Former Death Row Warden to Head Anti-Death Penalty Group

Jeanne Woodford resigned as Governor Schwarzenegger's Director of Corrections and Rehabilitation four years ago.

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