Rebekah Evenson

Prison Law Office

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Staff attorney at the Prison Law Office, which represented prisoners in Brown v Plata before the Supreme Court

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According to  yesterday's ruling  by the US Supreme Court, California has two years to reduce the prison population by more than 30,000 inmates.

Crime, Punishment and Constitutional Rights in California

According to yesterday's ruling by the US Supreme Court, California has two years to reduce the prison population by more than 30,000 inmates.

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