Mike Reynolds

author of the original Three Strikes Law

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Author of the original 1994 Three Strikes law; father of an 18-year-old daughter, Kimber, who was murdered 20 years ago by two repeat offenders

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In 1994, Californians cracked down on so-called "career criminals" by passing a law called  Three Strikes and You're Out .

Prop. 36: Changes to the 'Three Strikes' Law

In 1994, Californians cracked down on so-called "career criminals" by passing a law called Three Strikes and You're Out .

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