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No one refused to enforce Prop. 100 (access required)

We need to stop the divisive, unproductive finger-pointing and blame-placing that has not served our community or criminal justice system well.A great deal of publicity has been circulating about enforcement of Proposition 100 in the case of Ruben Rivera. Unfortunately, Mr. Rivera was released from jail because of a lack of communication between the prosecutors, judicial ...

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