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Paroling Sex Offenders

The California Department of Corrections’ ban on early parole for registered sex offenders under Proposition 57 is overbroad and improperly assumes the will of voters by essentially adding language not found in the initiative, a state court judge has ruled.

SACRAMENTO, Calif. – The California Department of Corrections’ ban on early parole for registered sex offenders under Proposition 57 is overbroad and improperly assumes the will of voters by essentially adding language not found in the initiative, a state court judge has ruled.

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