//My turn: New ‘felony murder’ rule makes system more just

My turn: New ‘felony murder’ rule makes system more just

By |2019-01-10T04:27:46-08:00November 4th, 2018|

The passage of Senate Bill 1437 was undeniably an important step towards a more just system.

Our Executive Director, Alex Mallick, reveals why reforming California’s felony murder rule became a top priority for Re:store Justice, how the legislation came into existence, its immediate impact & what our organization is doing now to make resources accessible TO ALL in order to ensure that the new law will be implemented honestly & effectively.

Much gratitude to all of you who share your strength, commitment & truth with us in advocating for loved ones & the healing of our communities. This is only the beginning of what we are capable of accomplishing together!

Read Alex’s op-ed on CalMatters here.

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  1. Monivie Corona October 9, 2019 at 8:19 pm - Reply

    People VS Valdez
    My brother is Johnny Peraza

  2. Monivie Corona October 9, 2019 at 8:15 pm - Reply

    My brother has been locked up for 21 years now. He was convicted by circumstantial evidence as the aider and abettor and wasn’t even there. He is innocent. Unable to obtain an attorney and so we are unsure of what we can do to get help from the outside of prison because prisoners don’t have the proper access to the laws and their rights. It is truly horrible that if a prisoner doesn’t truly understand what to file or where to get help. So unfair.

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