Inmates at Chino State Prison sit inside a metal cage in December, 2010. Inmates wait in the cages to be assigned permanent housing or for medical, mental health or other appointments.
Reporter: Julie Small
Governor Jerry Brown's administration is keen to end federal oversight of the state's prisons, but that entails convincing federal judges it's time to let go.
In the case involving more than 32,000 inmates with mental health issues, however, that's looking less likely to happen soon. At the court hearing in Sacramento on Wednesday, the judge issued a stern rebuke to California's legal team over possible ethical violations.
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