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My Fiance May Be Released Soon

The California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation (A.K.A. CDCR Prisons) began transferring low level prisoners to various CA county jails Monday before last. These CA prisoners are soon to be released from prison, possibly in the next couple of months.

Rumor has it that in the next weeks, others who qualify for the CA Early Release Program, but have done too much prison time to be released immediately, will soon be transferred to various state prisons that will become pre-release centers. These prisons are supposed to focus on helping these prisoners slowly transition back into the free world.

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Want to know how all of this affects the future of me and my fiance? I wrote all about in my blog post entitled, “CA Prisoners Started Being Transferred to CA County Jails.” Check it out.

Read more about steps being taken towards the CA Prison Realignment Process: California Prisoners Started Moving to County Jails

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CA Prisoners Started Being Transferred to CA County Jails

CA Prison Transfers Started Monday Last Monday, October 3rd, CDCR began transferring California state prisoners to California county jails across the state.  CA Prisoners who were transferred, were sent to county jail facilities local to their home towns. Upon release, they will be released to the custody of local county probation officers. This is a […]

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California Prisoners Started Moving to County Jails

In response to a ruling by the Supreme Court, CDCR (California prisons) began moving low-level California prisoners from state prisons to county jails. This is one of the prison reform ideas that California Governor Jerry Brown came up with to decrease the state inmate population. The Supreme Court ordered that the overcrowded conditions be decreased […]