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Senate Bill 260 – Justice for Juveniles with Adult Sentences

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Special Guest Jesse Anthony Wagner with Southland-Law.com will explain SB260 and what it means to Juveniles who are incarcerated with adult prison sentences.

WHAT IS SB 260?

In March, 2013 California Senator Loni Hancock introduced a bill that would give a second chance to most people who were under the age of 18 at the time of their crime, tried as an adult and sentenced to an adult prison sentence.
 
 
Senate Bill 260 became law because Governor Brown signed it. Please take a moment and send him a quick thank you note. Let him know in a sentence or two why you are grateful he signed the bill. Or, simply say: “Thank you for signing SB 260 and supporting youth parole hearings.” You can use this link:  Email Governor Brown

 

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