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BREAKING NEWS: Feb. 2018- More than 10,000 sex offenders might get out
of California prisons early now that a Sacramento judge ruled they cannot be
exempt from Proposition 57.
The proposition allows the early release from prison of criminals serving time
for non-violent crimes. With the judge's ruling, that also means people serving
time for crimes like pimping children.
Sacramento County Superior Court Judge Allen Sumner preliminarily ordered prison officials to rewrite part of the regulations for Proposition 57. The 2016 ballot measure allows consideration of earlier parole for most state prison inmates, but Gov. Jerry Brown promised voters all sex offenders would be excluded.
However, now voters have learned that Prop 57 could allow earlier parole for those convicted of raping a drugged or unconscious victim, intimately touching someone who is unlawfully restrained, incest, pimping a minor, indecent exposure, advertising or possessing child pornography, and sexual penetration with a foreign object while the victim is incapacitated, among others.
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