Sign-up: Is your loved one serving time in a prison out of state? Are you afraid your loved one might get transfered?

CURB has been working with people who have a loved one who is a California prisoner and is either currently in an out-of-state 

prison or is in danger of being shipped out-of-state in response to the Governor’s plan to reduce prison overcrowding.

Sign-up with us if you want to stay in the loop on any advocacy steps you can do to support your loved one or impact the Governor’s plan.

Here are a few helpful resources from our friends at the Prison Law Office:

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