Kenneth Corley at a press conference at the California Western Law Center in San Diego. He was released under California's revised three strikes law.
It's been less than a month since voters overwhelmingly approved Proposition 36, the measure which reforms California's three strikes law to require that third strikes be serious or violent felonies. It also allows some inmates serving 25 years to life for a non-violent, non-serious crimes to get their sentences reduced. Already, two inmates have won freedom after their sentences were reduced.
Host Scott Shafer talks about the concerns some law enforcement officials have with Michael Montgomery, reporter for KQED and California Watch.