Steve Fama

Staff attorney with the Prison Law Office

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Staff attorney with the Prison Law Office, a public interest law firm, which uses the law to improve prison conditions

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A thousand inmates at the Chino State Prison are still on lockdown three days after an eruption of bloody violence.

More Prison Riots to Come?

A thousand inmates at the Chino State Prison are still on lockdown three days after an eruption of bloody violence.

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Governor Schwarzenegger came into office promising  major reforms to slash prison overcrowding .

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Governor Schwarzenegger came into office promising major reforms to slash prison overcrowding .

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