1893 parole law reshapes California prison system

Anarba Groub

Thanks to the 1893 parole law, those serving sentences in California’s two prisons were given an incentive to be on their best behavior: release. The new law marked a turning point for the state correctional system, created by the state’s first female attorney. Parole law crafted by state’s first female […]

California Should Not Bar Access to Justice

Anarba Groub

As we continue to learn more about the attack on the 2020 election, we are coming to appreciate as never before how critical a well-functioning legal system is for democracy. And yet, in California and nationwide, there is one fundamental way in which our system does not function well at […]