Gov. Jerry Brown failed to convince a federal appeals court an unfair process had been created by the courts for the state to seek an
There will be a substitution to the team of three federal judges who have overseen the reduction in California’s prison population. U.S. District Judge Kimberly
For nearly 20 years and despite repeated court orders, California prisons resisted providing disabled inmates and parolees accommodations for the needs of daily life. Once
[UPDATED] Gov. Jerry Brown isn’t about to open the state prison gates to release even low-level inmates to meet a judge-imposed deadline to end overcrowding.
Gov. Jerry Brown’s lawyers had to eat their words. Under threat from a federal judge in Sacramento to put up or shut-up, lawyers for the
Gov. Jerry Brown’s prison lawyers went a little too far in their fight to end court monitoring of the state’s 33 overcrowded prisons and a