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What Is Mental Health Diversion?
What Is Mental Health Diversion?

Even though there was a recent decrease in the number of incarcerated prisoners , prisons are still overcrowded. Amongst those incarcerated, people with mental health conditions are also being detained—without care. However, because of California Penal Code § 1001.36, ...

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  • Do You Go to Jail for Stealing a Package?

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  • Impacts of the COVID-19 Hate Crimes Act

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