California's prisons have been under a Court order to reduce the inmate population. The court ruling led to "realignment" legislation that has meant more non-violent offenders are being placed in county rather than state supervision.
What will this mean for those of us who care about ending California's sky-high recidivism rate and its non-existent reentry programs? We'll talk with Celeste Fremon, an award-winning journalist who has been covering criminal justice issues for decades. Her work appears on the blog WitnessLA.com.