Michael Bien

Partner, Rosen, Bien & Galyan

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Partner at the San Francisco law firm Rosen, Bien & Galvan. He represented a class of mentally ill patients in the overcrowding case decided by the Supreme Court.

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A majority of the US Supreme Court has ruled that California must reduce its prison population to relieve overcrowding that violates the Constitution.

Supreme Court Orders California to Relieve Prison Overcrowding

A majority of the US Supreme Court has ruled that California must reduce its prison population to relieve overcrowding that violates the Constitution.

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A majority of the US Supreme Court has ruled that California must reduce its prison population to relieve overcrowding that violates the Constitution.

Supreme Court Orders California to Relieve Prison Overcrowding

A majority of the US Supreme Court has ruled that California must reduce its prison population to relieve overcrowding that violates the Constitution.

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