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The California Legislature is considering yet another piece of "criminal justice reform" legislation that would reduce parole supervision from one year to 180 days for serious felons, including sex offenders.

According to the California Globe, AB 1182 would drop the parole-service requirement from either two or three years to either one or two years for high-risk offenders.

AB 1182 also strips the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation of its ability to recommend certain offenders be retained on parole.

"If passed, [AB 1182] will march in lockstep alongside Proposition 47, Proposition 57, SB 1391, and AB 109 in the parade of criminal-coddling legislation that the governor and state Legislature have foisted on an unwitting public in recent years," said Michele Hanisee, president of the Association of Deputy District Attorneys of Los Angeles County.