Re-imagine Resentencing Tour

Re-imagine Resentencing Tour

Re:store Justice is holding trainings inside all 35 California State Prisons and working closely with California Department of Corrections & Rehabilitations to explain SB 1437 and who might be eligible to petition for resentencing. We will be giving a talk, answering questions, and will be distributing the Guidebook and Petition that Re:store Justice created. We will also be distributing addresses for public defenders, district attorneys, and superior courts, so that people can file and serve their petitions.

We will start in Northern California, then go to Central California and end in Southern California.

Our schedule is below (please note that dates are subject to change). Trainings highlighted in teal have been completed.

Northern California

November 27: San Quentin State Prison
November 30: California Medical Facility
December 6: High Desert State Prison
December 7: California Correctional Center, Susanville
December 11: Folsom State Prison
December 14 & 15: Mule Creek State Prison
December 17: Solano Level 2
December 18: Solano Level 3
December 19: Sierra Conservation Camp
December 20: Deuel Vocational Institute, Tracy
Pelican Bay: see below.

Central Valley

January 3: CCWF
January 4: Valley State Prison
January 7, 8, 14, 15, 28: Salinas Valley State Prison
January 9: Correctional Training Facility, Soledad
January 10: Pleasant Valley State Prison
January 11: Avenal State Prison
January 22: Pelican Bay
January 24 & 25: CSP, Sacramento



SB 1437: FRIENDS AND LOVED ONE'S STATEWIDE CALL RECORDING


This is a recording of Re:store Justice's first "SB 1437 Friends & Loved One's Statewide Call." On this call, Policy Director/Attorney Kate Chatfield and Policy Associate Mariah K. Watson provided an overview of Senate Bill 1437 and next steps.

We answered questions about implementation timelines, petition process, scams and additional information about past and future cases that SB 1437 will impact. As always, participants had an opportunity to ask questions when we conclude with our presentation.

The petition that we created is available on our website at www.restorecal.org/sb1437. We are requiring people to send us their email address when they get the petition for the simple reason that since we first posted it, we've made changes and alterations and we have been able to email people directly with updates. When the instruction book is available, we are able to email people directly.

If you know someone who may qualify for relief under SB 1437, you need to watch this!