Opinion | A Sad Last Gasp Against Criminal Justice Reform
From New York to San Francisco and everywhere in between, voters have made it clear that they want real, meaningful reforms to our criminal justice system and they want them now.
As the New York Times editorial board explains, that means more than just talking about what reform could look like - it means actually doing the work and earning the public's trust to make it happen.
I'm prepared to do what it takes because I believe in people. As a Judge, I'm prepared to put the justice system to work to make our lives better - not the other way around.