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Criminal justice reform panel scores legislative wins

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An obscure committee inspecting California’s penal code saw a lot more than half its recommendations go to the governor.

Twelve textbooks saved in a Stanford College library — that is what became of the previous energy to dramatically revise California’s penal code. No handed laws, no chaptered rules.

50 {e421c4d081ed1e1efd2d9b9e397159b409f6f1af1639f2363bfecd2822ec732a} a century later on, Michael Romano, chair of the newly fashioned California Committee on  Revision of the Penal Code, stacked the guides on his desk. 

“I like to say it’s my iceberg that I’m trying to steer all over,” stated Romano, also a lecturer at Stanford Legislation School.