Arizona sentencing reform committee begins work on new legislation
“While Blackman was adamant that the committee’s final product won’t extend to violent offenders, he said he plans to examine the classification system that determines who is considered dangerous or violent, and is open to changes.”
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Sentencing reform committee begins work on new legislation • Arizona Mirror
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