Demand that Orange County Jails Release People and Prevent the Spread of COVID-19

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Nicole Shook
1 year ago
All Americans, including those who are incarcerated or facing minor charges, are entitled to inalienable rights including a reasonable assumption of safety. Please release medically vulnerable inmates who are already towards the end of their sentences to prevent the spread of COVID-19.

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Keshav Lincoln
1 year ago
Government issues:

Government is now reopening all states and cities.

The official government petitions are finally reopen

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Phillip Howell
1 year ago
I agree with this petition.

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Stephanie Jeffcoat
1 year ago
My family is in there

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Claire Ahlman
1 year ago
I’m signing this petition because my loved one is in the women’s jail and needs to be home with her baby girl. I do not want to see her separated from her daughter anymore and especially don’t want to lose my sister due to poor situations in jail.

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Jamie Ahlman
1 year ago
I would really appreciate if you added to the petition the people (nonviolent offenders) who are incarcerated in "pretrial detention" without bail and without a sentence or judgement, especially when the courts are closed. My sister is in OC jail without bail since mid-February, and has not been sentenced. She should be able to be home until her court date.

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Libby Frolichman
1 year ago
Please don't let inhumanity cause the unnecessary deaths of inmates during the Coronavirus pandemic as it hits Orange County. The pandemic is a humanitarian crisis that does not need to be made worse by the OC Sherriff's Department.

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Gabe Rosales
1 year ago
There is no reason why any kind of incarceration should be a potential death sentence. These facilities were never meant for rehabilitation let alone protect vulnerable citizens from diseases.

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Kasey Ragan
1 year ago
People deserve to live.

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Timothy Burns
1 year ago
In addition to being a humanitarian crisis, this virus in jails and detention facilities is a public health crisis that impacts everyone.