Margarita Perez

Los Angeles County Probation Department

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Assistant chief probation officer with the Los Angeles County Probation Department

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"Realignment" was enacted three years ago to reduce over-crowding in California prisons.

State Incarceration Becomes Local Incarceration

"Realignment" was enacted three years ago to reduce over-crowding in California prisons.

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Three years ago, the US Supreme court ruled that overcrowding in California’s prisons violated prisoners constitutional rights.

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Three years ago, the US Supreme court ruled that overcrowding in California’s prisons violated prisoners constitutional rights.

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