San Diego County District attorney visits Rancho Bernardo, shares thoughts on prison realignment

By Elizabeth Marie Himchak – Pomerado News – September 16, 2011 There will be additional burden on county jails once less-dangerous criminals are sent there instead of state prisons, says San Diego County District Attorney Bonnie Dumanis. The prison realignment through Assembly Bill 109 that was signed by the governor in April to relieve overcrowded prisons starting Oct. 1 “has me really fired up,” Dumanis said in Rancho Bernardo on Sept. 13. She was speaking to…[For full story: http://www.pomeradonews.com/2011/09/16/district-attorney-visits-rancho-bernardo-shares-thoughts-on-prison-realignment/ ]

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