Michael B. Salerno

Professor, Director

Law professor and director of the legislation clinic at UC Hastings College of the Law.

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Prop 57 would allow early parole for inmates who’ve committed nonviolent crimes.

How Calif. props could reverse the effects of tough-on-crime laws

Prop 57 would allow early parole for inmates who’ve committed nonviolent crimes.

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