Santa Cruz County leaders push for jail reform in light of state budget crisis
With prison overcrowding forcing a shift of prisoners and parolees to county jails across the state, a group of Santa Cruz County officials and academics hope to use state money to improve the local justice system.
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Since: Feb 08
#1 May 19, 2011
OK so you got a picture of Leopold and Coonerty, who are the other crooks, inmates?
Want to reduce the jail population? Lose the "sanctuary city" status, haul the meth freaks to Arizona, then the situation becomes manageable.
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