Ron Briggs

El Dorado County Board of Supervisors

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Supervisor for El Dorado County's District 4 (California's Sierra Nevada foothills)

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"The Briggs death penalty law in California simply doesn't work." That's according to Ron Briggs, who wrote the law, along with his father, then State Senator John Briggs, in 1977.

A Change of Heart on California's Killers

"The Briggs death penalty law in California simply doesn't work." That's according to Ron Briggs, who wrote the law, along with his father, then State Senator John Briggs, in 1977.

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