08 Apr California’s Death Row Population Problem Poses Problems For Smaller Jails And Prisoners
You may have heard recently in the news that California’s death row (the largest in the nation) is running out of room. San Quentin has 715 cells, 708 of which are occupied. California Governor Jerry Brown has proposed a multi-billion dollar plan to expand death row by using facilities with available space, thanks to changes made to some offenses by lowering them from felonies to misdemeanors. For inmates this affects, they are being released early.
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There hasn’t been an execution in California for nearly a decade, as constitutional issues have plagued death row for years. Jails are crowding up with more violent criminals, meaning jails just keep getting more and more dangerous. What a fearful place to live, or a fearful place to think of a loved one living in.
Riverside Bail Bonds can help dissolve that thought before it even happens. Contact us as soon as you know you need our services because we can bail out your loved one. By doing this, we’re, together, keeping your loved one out of these dangerous prisons and instead, bringing them home to you.