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Cal AG Rob Bonta Hits Google With Lawsuit Over “Play Store”
July 15, 2021
Last week, California Attorney General Rob Bonta announced the California Department of Justice (DOJ) is joining a multistate lawsuit against Google.   ... read more »
Appeals Court: California Must Unseal Secret Files That Hide Police Misconduct
February 6, 2020
Activists, some news agencies and civil rights groups across the state are applauding a California court decision last week to reject an appeal that would have overturned Senate Bill 1421.    ... read more »
Gov. Brown Signs Bills to End Sentencing of 14-and 15-year-olds in Adult Criminal Court, Support Exonerated People After Prison
October 4, 2018
Gov. Brown today signed two research-based criminal justice reforms to improve rehabilitation and reduce the odds of re-offending. Senate Bill 1391 prohibits 14- and 15-year-olds from being tried as adults in criminal court and subsequently sent to adult prison. The bill reverses laws passed in the 1990s that allowed for sentencing the youngest teens to the adult criminal justice system.   ... read more »
Asm. Autumn Burke Empowers DOJ to Investigate and Prosecute Financial Fraud
April 19, 2018
Assembly Bill 3229, introduced by Asm. Autumn Burke (D-Inglewood), has taken an important step forward this week by successfully passing out of the Assembly Committee on Public Safety. ... read more »
Three Facing Charges in Sex Trafficking Case 
August 3, 2017
Three suspects are collectively facing more than four dozen felony charges in connection with an alleged sex-trafficking ring that stretched across the state, law enforcement officials announced Thursday. ... read more »

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