Terry Thornton

California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation

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Terry Thornton on KCRW

More than 4000 women inmates in California prisons could be released early — if they have less than two years left on their sentences, if their crimes were nonviolent, non-serious and…

Early Release for Female Prisoners

More than 4000 women inmates in California prisons could be released early — if they have less than two years left on their sentences, if their crimes were nonviolent, non-serious and…

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