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Please support and endorse SB260, a bill which will give juveniles with extreme sentences a second chance. Whether or not you have a loved one incarcerated since as a juvenile, it is important for us to recognize the essence of youth and do our best to preserve that essence from rotten away in prison.

Please follow the link to find out more information about this bills and other juvenile related matters. The site has latest updates on the bill as well as sample letters and directions as to how you can support this bill.
fairsentencingforyouth .org/take-action

Please also visit caresforyouth .org to join our support group for juvenile offenders' family members. We meet once a month on the phone to share and support one another on the issues of our loved ones, as well as gaining support for ourselves.

Any questions or inquires can be submitted to either sites above and someone will get in contact with you.

I have been a juvenile, who was sentence to 25/life, who served 18 years, and was granted a parole date of 2023; Governor Brown reviewed my file and decided to grant me an 'immediate release'. I have been freed fro 2 years. I am passionate about this reform; therefore currently involve in this work. I could just live my life quiet and peaceful. Instead I chose to bring awareness about this reform. I faced great struggles transitioning my life beyond prison, YET I made time to be a part of this cause, because I believe of the NEEDS TO REFORM THE JUVENILE JUSTICE SYSTEM.
If you have a loved one serving extreme sentences since a juvenile, please consider becoming a part of this cause and join us.
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Please support and endorse SB260, a bill which will give juveniles with extreme sentences a second chance. Whether or not you have a loved one incarcerated since as a juvenile, it is important for us to recognize the essence of youth and do our best to preserve that essence from rotten away in prison.

Please follow the link to find out more information about this bills and other juvenile related matters. The site has latest updates on the bill as well as sample letters and directions as to how you can support this bill.
fairsentencingforyouth .org/take-action

Please also visit caresforyouth .org to join our support group for juvenile offenders' family members. We meet once a month on the phone to share and support one another on the issues of our loved ones, as well as gaining support for ourselves.

Any questions or inquires can be submitted to either sites above and someone will get in contact with you.

I have been a juvenile, who was sentence to 25/life, who served 18 years, and was granted a parole date of 2023; Governor Brown reviewed my file and decided to grant me an 'immediate release'. I have been freed fro 2 years. I am passionate about this reform; therefore currently involve in this work. I could just live my life quiet and peaceful. Instead I chose to bring awareness about this reform. I faced great struggles transitioning my life beyond prison, YET I made time to be a part of this cause, because I believe of the NEEDS TO REFORM THE JUVENILE JUSTICE SYSTEM.
If you have a loved one serving extreme sentences since a juvenile, please consider becoming a part of this cause and join us.
Congratulations Chica. It is a struggle indeed, in addition transitioning from behind the wall. I'm glad to see Mr. Brown, ordered a immediate release. I agree our youth are the essence of tomorrow. Things happen, they are young and naive. They to deserve another chance and there cases to be looked at indivdually. I don't believe in throwing away the key and forgetting about them. I hope the bill passes. More power to you . May God continue to give you strength and courage.
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Please support and endorse SB260, a bill which will give juveniles with extreme sentences a second chance. Whether or not you have a loved one incarcerated since as a juvenile, it is important for us to recognize the essence of youth and do our best to preserve that essence from rotten away in prison.

Please follow the link to find out more information about this bills and other juvenile related matters. The site has latest updates on the bill as well as sample letters and directions as to how you can support this bill.
fairsentencingforyouth .org/take-action

Please also visit caresforyouth .org to join our support group for juvenile offenders' family members. We meet once a month on the phone to share and support one another on the issues of our loved ones, as well as gaining support for ourselves.

Any questions or inquires can be submitted to either sites above and someone will get in contact with you.

I have been a juvenile, who was sentence to 25/life, who served 18 years, and was granted a parole date of 2023; Governor Brown reviewed my file and decided to grant me an 'immediate release'. I have been freed fro 2 years. I am passionate about this reform; therefore currently involve in this work. I could just live my life quiet and peaceful. Instead I chose to bring awareness about this reform. I faced great struggles transitioning my life beyond prison, YET I made time to be a part of this cause, because I believe of the NEEDS TO REFORM THE JUVENILE JUSTICE SYSTEM.
If you have a loved one serving extreme sentences since a juvenile, please consider becoming a part of this cause and join us.

Welcome home Cachon,

Welcome home love I'm extremely passionate about this bill because if it is established my love ones will be home soon It has passed but it is in the Apprioations Suspense File so I'm praying for this bill to past before the year is out. Welcome home luv.
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Congratulations on doing well and keep going!
I just wanted to throw in there that when my nephew was a young adult we had to see a few psychiatrists for a few things. I learned that it is fact that the juvenile brain, especially in boys, is not fully developed until sometimes after 18. It has been a long time so I don't completely remember ages. But it was especially true for actions and consequences. So I really don't understand how we can try them as adults and give out sentences such as 25-life. There has to be much better ways for our kids. Troubled or not, they are kids.
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Senate Vote on SB 260 (Apr 9, 2013)

Bill Status: Passed

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Do pass, but re-refer to the Committee on Appropriations.

•••Yes:457.0•••No:228.0•••Other:114.0



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SB 260 passed the Senate, it's going to the Assembly now, go write your assembly man!
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When is the assembly suppossed to sign?
Perhaps at the end of the month??

I don't even know myself and my guy is dying to know...
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The assembly doesnt sign any bills, the governor can sign it or veto it. As it stands the bill sb260 is in the assembly. The process in the assembly is the same as the senate of course with enough votes it will pass. Once it is passed the bill will be forwarded to governor brown for him to sign. This bill should it pass will be effective on or before January 1, 2014. I hope this helps.
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Ima try to write all 79 assembly members..... In hopes of influencing their decision to favor and vote yes. That way gov brown can sign it with confidence. Lets do this!!!!!
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The assembly doesnt sign any bills, the governor can sign it or veto it. As it stands the bill sb260 is in the assembly. The process in the assembly is the same as the senate of course with enough votes it will pass. Once it is passed the bill will be forwarded to governor brown for him to sign. This bill should it pass will be effective on or before January 1, 2014. I hope this helps.
I must clarify this with you, 'cause my BF is dying to know; so, how long is the bill allowed to stay in the assembly, if it doesn't get enough vote? What happens if the bill doesn't get enough vote, if this bill tries to pass again, would it have to start from the beginning?
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@yubnag If the bill fails they can request a reconsideration if that fails they can make changes to the bill for amendment and start the process again. It is my hope that it will pass as this bill will release hundreds of lifer juvenile inmates thus the inmate population will decrease. Governor brown said that he will look to bill legistures to decrease the population. This would be a start.
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The reason why I posted this here is because im concerned about the SB260 now now more than ever. if Gov.Brown complys, does this mean that all state local laws including sb 260 must be waived...were all efforts to have this endorsed for nothing? im sooo sad yet not surprised. its so discouraging. Especially if you are like me who keeps faith n focus in one area of hope. This SB260 can be the miracle me and my mister have been waiting for. we were both juvenile offenders at the time of the offense, unfortunately he got the shit end of the sentence and was ordered to serve time with an L. mind you we were juveniles!!!
I think this plan is a crock of shht lol excuse my French, but come on ... releasing non violent offenders is just setting them up to get incarcerated again and again and again. I can only share my opinion, no disrespect to anyone.
What are your thoughts on Gov.Brown being ordered to comply
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Governor Brown said he would look to legistures to help ease the population issue. Sb260 could release hundreds of Juvenile lifers thus a decrease in the population. They have to pass this bill we have to many juvenile lifers serving indeterminate sentences for non-homicide convictions. In some cases 1st degree murder is 25 to life automatic. You have some who are serving 20 to 100 yrs for non homicide cases. Something wrong with that picture. Second degree murder is 15-life you follow me? Many have served 15 plus yrs as a juvenile, many are now in their mid 30's to 40's who have been down since the age of 17 and under. Governor Brown has the power to release these inmates. I dont think this bill will be waived as a matter of fact it has advanced in the assembly. Next meeting is July 2, 2013.
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One last thing releasing non-violent offenders is just one avenue in decreasing the population. Releasing the elderly who doesnt pose a threat to society would be a good start. The sb260 would be another option to decrease the population.
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O okay, ive browsed around several articles & read one stating that all state/local bills/laws would be waived. I was confused as to what they meant by saying "waived" ... I was under the impression they would disregard "waive" SB260 & all other potential bills that on the table (so to speak)! Thank You for clarifying & the lucky pennies too
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Praise the Lord! SB 260 passed the safety committee today; it'll go to Appropriations in August, I guess it's for allocating funds for the bill.
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Where did you get this info? I've been trying to find anything on this issue but nothing comes out even at the assembly's website.
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So far so good!! SB260 is passing through the assemnly so far!! Let's keep it going!!!!!

2013-07-02 - Do pass and be re-referred to the Committee on Appropriations (Y: 5 N: 2 NV: 0 Abs: 0) [PASS]
2013-05-28 - Senate 3rd Reading SB260 Hancock (Y: 27 N: 11 NV: 1 Abs: 0) [PASS]
2013-05-23 - Do pass as amended (Y: 6 N: 0 NV: 1 Abs: 0) [PASS]
2013-04-22 - Placed on Appropriations Suspense file (Y: 7 N: 0 NV: 0 Abs: 0) [PASS]
2013-04-09 - Do pass, but re-refer to the Committee on Appropriations (Y: 4 N: 2 NV: 1 Abs: 0) [PASS]
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This applies for all juveniles violent and non violent. They will have the chance to have their case reviewed after serving 10 years. Staying prayed up because this will affect many including my love ones.
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This applies for all juveniles violent and non violent. They will have the chance to have their case reviewed after serving 10 years. Staying prayed up because this will affect many including my love ones.

Yay so excited this will affect my loved one, he's just hitting the 10 yr mark, thanks please keep us updated on this
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I just found out this afternoon that there is another bill geared towards giving a juvenile lifer who has committed a non-homicide offense have a chance to parole after 20 years. Here is the bill:


AB 1276, as amended, Bloom. Parole: juvenile offenders.
Existing law generally regulates the granting and conditioning of parole, and places the duty to monitor parolees on the Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation, Division of Adult Parole Operations. Existing law specifies the procedures that the Board of Parole Hearings must follow in granting, denying, or revoking parole.
This bill would require, except as otherwise provided by law, a person who was convicted of a nonhomicide offense that was committed before the person had attained 18 years of age to be eligible for consideration for parole after serving 20 or 25 years in state prison, as specified. The bill would state that it is the intent of the Legislature to provide a meaningful opportunity to obtain release according to the standards set forth by the California Supreme Court in People v. Caballero.
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SECTION 1. Section 3051 is added to the Penal Code, to read:
3051. (a) Except as otherwise provided by law, a person who was convicted of a nonhomicide offense that was committed before the person had attained 18 years of age shall be eligible for consideration for parole pursuant to this article after serving 25 years in state prison. However, if the person was sentenced to less than 40 years of imprisonment, the person shall be eligible for consideration for parole pursuant to this article after serving 20 years in state prison. Subsequent parole hearings shall be set according to Section 3041.5.
(b) It is the intent of the Legislature to provide a meaningful opportunity to obtain release according to the standards set forth by the California Supreme Court in People v. Caballero (2012) 55 Cal.4th 262.
(c) This section does not prohibit the imposition of a life sentence for juveniles convicted of homicide and does not prohibit or modify the parole procedures for adult offenders. This section does not limit the access of juvenile offenders to other programs and appeals that they were eligible for prior to the enactment of this section.


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