Violent Felonies are no longer considered Violent.

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Violent Felonies are no longer considered Violent.

Violent Felonies are no longer considered Violent

The CA legislature has changes the law, so that for parole purposes, certain violent felonies are no longer considered “violent.”  Below are some examples.

  1. Rape of an unconscious person
  2. Drives-by shooting
  3. Corporal injury to a child
  4. Assault with a deadly weapon
  5. Hate crime causing physical injury
  6. Human trafficking involving sex act with minors

I disagree with these acts of the CA legislature that led to this, and to my opponent’s support for this.  Assembly District 24 deserves better legislative representation that votes in a manner that is consistent with our community’s values and supports our safety.

Reclassifying these violent acts as non-violent will lead to emptying the prisons early of people who commit these crimes.  The crime wave that will follow is inevitable. California deserves better. Walk away from the party that has monopoly power in CA and did this.  Stop a future super-majority and vote out the party that approved this.

Read the following article for further discussion of the crime wave in CA.  The inevitable California Crime Wave

  • I oppose this decision by the CA legislature and my opponent’s support for it.
  • I will work to reverse it.
  • You must walk away from the party that has monopoly power in CA and did this.
  • You must stop a future super-majority by voting for the party of sanity.  Hope is on its way.
  • You must oppose the cavalcade of crime that the CA legislature is opening and vote Alexander Glew, Ph.D. for CA State Assembly District 24.
List of newly deemed non-violent felonies.
CA Soft on crime approach
2018-09-19T06:03:26+00:00