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Patty Lopez

Just over a year ago, Governor Brown took a revolutionary and much needed step by signing into law California Assembly Bill 1909, which holds law enforcement criminally liable with felony charges and up to three years prison time for falsifying or withholding favorable evidence.

I hear so many stories about innocent people across California and across the nation, who have been wrongfully convicted. I just hope that when people think the rules don’t apply to them, they will think twice before they abuse their power.

Stated newcomer yet visionary Assemblywoman Patty Lopez, who authored 1909 which was designed to prevent (or at least curb) wrongful convictions caused by police and prosecutor’s misconduct, a move was unanimously passed by legislature, applauded by the voting public as well as the media as a game changer in the right direction.

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