Sacramento County District Attorney Anne Marie Schubert announced Monday that her office would start posting on its website the names and criminal histories of second-strike offenders released early from prison, felons who the county’s top prosecutor says still pose a threat to residents.
“It’s important for the public to be aware of these so-called nonviolent offenders … as many of them pose a danger to our community,” Schubert said in a statement announcing the move.
“We want to give information that we believe people are entitled to – who is being released in the community. Let’s tell the public the truth,” said later in the day.
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