Humphrey Ruling Represents Momentous Shift in Legal Rules around Pretrial Detention and Bail Now, we need legislative changes that honor the presumption of innocence by limiting … Read more
JusticeLA urges the immediate release of our community members incarcerated pretrial; urges LASD to fund and expand technology for remote access to pandemic court proceedings from … Read more
JUSTICE LA To Deputy District Attorneys: Voters supported progressive changes, don’t stand in the way A coalition of countless families and organizations working to reduce the … Read more
Today, the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors will be voting on a budget that includes moving $120 million dollars toward the construction of 2,400 new jail beds for people with mental health needs. This move runs counter to the Board’s emphatic “care first, jail last” ethos driving the alternatives to incarceration work in the County.