12:00am

Wed September 26, 2012
Prop 36--Three Strikes Reform

Today on Your Call: Is it time to reform California’s Three Strikes Law?


On today's Your Call, we’ll continue our election coverage with a debate on Proposition 36. If it passes, it would change key elements of California’s Three Strikes Sentencing Law, enacted in 1994.  With Prop 36, a life sentence would only be imposed if the final felony conviction is serious or violent.  What’s your opinion of California’s Three Strikes Law?  Join us at 10am PST or leave a comment here. What do you want to know about Prop 36?  It’s Your Call with Holly Kernan, and you.


Guests:


Mike Romano, director of the Three Strikes Project 


Gary Lieberstein, Napa County District Attorney 


Rina Palta, crime and safety reporter for KPCC in Southern California


Resources:


Ballotpedia: Prop 36


Yes on 36


Three Strikes 


Families to Amend California's Three Strikes ~ FACTS 


CBS San Francisco: The Argument For Prop 36: 3-Strikes Law Reform


Sac Bee: How Prop. 36 would change 'three strikes' in two ways


ABC Local: Three Strikes author hoping to defeat Prop 36


BeyondChron: California Progressives Take the Offensive


Neon Tommy: Proposition 36 Could Fix Several California Problems


SF Gate: About Prop. 36: A more sensible '3 strikes' law


 

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