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Earlier this month, the California Supreme Court heard arguments in a case regarding whether Sexually Violent Predators can be civilly committed in California for an indefinite period of time. A ruling by the state high court will determine the constitutionality of Proposition 83, better known as Jessica’s Law, passed by state voters in 2006.
This episode of Law in 10 features the attorney who argued the state’s case on behalf of civil commitment in “People v. McKee,” Deputy Attorney General Bradley Weinreb, an adjunct professor at California Western.
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