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A Host of New CA Criminal Justice Laws Go Into Effect in 2020
A Host of New CA Criminal Justice Laws Go Into Effect in 2020

Last year, California’s legislature was busy proposing new state laws, many of which Governor Gavin Newsom approved. Now, in 2020, residents will see several of those taking effect. Below are some of the new criminal justice statutes that will be enacted this year: Gun ...

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    Last year, California’s legislature was busy proposing new state laws, many of which Governor Gavin Newsom approved. Now, in 2020, residents will see several of those taking effect. Below are some of ...

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