Sarah Norman

Staff Attorney for the Prison Law Office

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Staff Attorney for the Prison Law Office, which provides free legal services to California state prisoners and juveniles.

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Half the inmates in California’s  Juvenile Justice System  are about to be sent home—but not because they’ve served out their sentences.

Bill Would Send California Juvenile Offenders Back to Their Counties

Half the inmates in California’s Juvenile Justice System are about to be sent home—but not because they’ve served out their sentences.

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