Più della metà dei pubblici ministeri della California fa causa per i crediti di buona condotta in carcere, ammissibilità di 76,000 detenuti

La causa è stata intentata mercoledì da 44 of the state’s 58 i migliori pubblici ministeri e accusa il segretario alle correzioni Kathleen Allison di aver utilizzato una dichiarazione di emergenza per aggirare il normale processo normativo. The lawsuit says the emergency regulations were really an attempt to comply withthe direction outlined in the Governor’s Budget Summaryfrom the year prior.

It asks a judge to bar the state Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation from awarding the credits until it goes through the regular process, compreso un “transparent and rigorous public comment period.

In questo agosto. 16, 2016, file di foto, a row of general population inmates walk in a line at San Quentin State Prison in San Quentin, Calif. Three-quarters of California's district attorneys sued the state Wednesday in an attempt to block emergency rules that expand good conduct credits and could eventually bring earlier releases for tens of thousands of inmates. (AP Photo/Eric Risberg, File)

In questo agosto. 16, 2016, file di foto, a row of general population inmates walk in a line at San Quentin State Prison in San Quentin, Calif. Three-quarters of California’s district attorneys sued the state Wednesday in an attempt to block emergency rules that expand good conduct credits and could eventually bring earlier releases for tens of thousands of inmates. (AP Photo/Eric Risberg, File)

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