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

Sep 26, 2012

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.


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


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