John Van De Kamp

Former 2-term Att'y General of California; former DA of the County of Los Angeles; first Federal Public Defender for the Central District of California

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Former 2-term Att'y General of California; former DA of the County of Los Angeles; first Federal Public Defender for the Central District of California

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Last year, Governor Schwarzenegger vetoed bills designed to prevent  wrongful convictions  in California. Three new bills are now on his desk after passage this year.

Bills Before Governor Would Help Avoid False Convictions

Last year, Governor Schwarzenegger vetoed bills designed to prevent wrongful convictions in California. Three new bills are now on his desk after passage this year.

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