Two Deaths, Many Questions 

Top judge, defense attorney won’t say why, or how often, Humboldt releases prison-bound inmates

Scorched by the attention that followed a slaying in Hoopa and a fatal hit-and-run crash, Humboldt County prosecutors have begun opposing every single request for release under a legal deal called a Cruz waiver. The temporary stance, which could last a few…

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