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Judge Strikes Down Parole Revocation Provisions in California Law

U.S. District Judge Lawrence Karlton struck down unconstitutional parts of California’s Victims’ Bill of Rights that governs parole revocation.

Great (and Important) Decision by Texas Court of Criminal appeals

The full article can be read at . The Texas Court of Criminal Appeals, known for its ultra-conservative and ultra-ULTRA pro prosecution stance has surprised many criminal defense attorneys by rendering an excellent well reasoned opinion in a case involving a parolee who, after 15 months of exemplary conduct on parole, had sex offender conditions added to his requirement based on the whim of a parole officer despite the fact that he had not been convicted of a sex crime. The parolee soon lost his job due to not more »