San Diego County Sheriff Deputy Luis Rios talks to an inmate through an opening in a holding room. The jail will soon be holding hundreds of additional inmates currently housed in state prisons.
A seismic shift in California's criminal justice system begins this weekend. Governor Jerry Brown calls it "realignment," or giving local governments more control over supervision and incarceration of low-level criminals and parole violators. To see how realignment might work statewide we visit San Diego, in many ways a model county for helping ex-offenders stay out of prison. Reporter: Scott Shafer