State leaders are hoping to keep neighborhoods safe by giving ex-felons jobs.
For decades, California’s criminal justice policies ensured that murderers and others sentenced to life, with the possibility of parole, could expect to die in prison. And most of the time, they did.
California has settled legal action by a prisoner who said his parole applications were routinely and unjustifiably denied, an agreement that could bring about earlier releases for inmates who have been sentenced to terms up to life but remain eligible for parole.
California’s parole board has voted to release one of the men convicted of kidnapping a 15-year-old boy murdered over a drug debt, a slaying that inspired the 2007 movie “Alpha Dog.”
Paroled sex offenders in California who cut off their GPS tracking devices will receive harsher punishments.
Gov. Jerry Brown on Friday reversed a parole board and denied the release of a former Charles Manson follower who has served more than 40 years in prison.
Three major skill gaps in Sacramento are currently providing job opportunities: nursing, security and criminal justice.
Criminal justice continues to be a burgeoning field for job seekers.
The search is on for an armed suspect who forced deputies to shut down part of a Sacramento neighborhood Saturday afternoon.
The Supreme Court ruled Monday that it is unconstitutional for state laws to require juveniles convicted of murder to be sentenced to life in prison without possibility of parole.
WOODLAND (CBS13) — The convicted murderer who killed a 22-month-old baby almost three decades ago will remain in prison for several more years after the victim’s family appealed the parole board’s decision to set him […]
A state senator is seeking to change California law as a result of the Jaycee Dugard kidnapping.