Psychologist Attacked By Inmate At LA Prison A contract psychologist is recovering from injuries she suffered in an attack by an inmate at the state prison in Los Angeles County.
No Spike In Parolee Arrests Under State's Prison Realignment LawA study that tracked California parolees has found no spike in arrests since responsibility for many ex-convicts shifted to local authorities under the state's prison realignment law.
Former Bellflower High School Coach Gets 28 Years For Molesting Teen GirlA former high school track and girls basketball coach was sentenced Monday to 28 years in state prison for molesting a teenage girl over a five-year span.
Fire Captain Convicted Of DUI Violates Probation By Making Alcohol In JailA former Long Beach fire captain convicted of drunk driving has been sentenced to four years in state prison for violating his probation terms by making alcohol in jail.
Man Gets 9 Years For Hit-And-Run Death Of Elderly Montebello WomanA 38-year-old man has been sentenced to nine years in state prison for the hit-and-run death of an elderly Montebello woman three years ago.
Ex-LA Sheriff's Sergeant Convicted Of Sex AssaultJurors have convicted a former Los Angeles County sheriff's sergeant of sexually assaulting a woman and inappropriately searching two others.
Transfer Of Non-Violent Inmates From CA Prisons To County Jails Set To BeginA controversial plan to transfer tens of thousands of inmates from state prisons to county jails starts this weekend.
OC Driver Sentenced In Death Of BicyclistA 30-year-old Southern California woman has been sentenced to six years in state prison for the drunken driving death of a bicyclist four years ago.
AP: California Denies First Medical ParoleCalifornia parole officials rejected a plea on Tuesday from a quadriplegic convict who had hoped to become the first state prison inmate released under a new law aimed at cutting the number of inmates and the cost of care in the nation's largest state prison system.
Survey Finds Calif. Recidivism Rate Tops 50 PercentStates spend $52 billion a year to put people who break the law behind bars. But what happens to many ex-convicts after they get out of prison?