Criminal Justice Reform

Sentencing guidelines for all crimes need to be revisited. Lengthy prison sentences for marijuana charges must be re-evaluated.

Individuals who were convicted of felonies for marijuana use should have an opportunity to appeal those convictions.

I would initiate a thorough examination of the policies and operations of the Nevada Department of Corrections.

Being incarcerated IS the punishment. Once inmates begin serving their sentences, the focus needs to be on meaningful rehabilitation programs.

Gang influence and the existing racial segregation practiced by inmates and guards must be eliminated.

The large flow of contraband into our prisons by prison staff must be stopped.

Prison operations need to be fully transparent. Facts and figures regarding the 13,000 men and women incarcerated in Nevada need to be readily available to the public.

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