of broadcasts about the "Three Strikes and You're Out" law and Michael J.
Moore's film, "The Legacy:
Murder & Media, Politics & Prisons."
San Diego's KPBS public
radio station invites Dan MaCallair, Associate Director for Center for
Juvenile Justice and Gregg McClain, Deputy District Attorny for San Diego
County to discuss the impact of the "Three Strikes and You're Out"
law. Local listeners were invited to call-in and KPBS reporter Gloria
Penner moderated the discussion on the public affairs program, These
the transcript of the discussion.
"The Life and
Times Tonight," a public affairs program produced by Los Angeles
public television station KCET, invited Bill Jones, California Secretary
of State; Stuart Cox, Families to Amend Three Strikes; Gregg McClain,
San Diego County Deputy District Attorney; and Alex Riciardulli to debate
whether or not the "Three Strikes and You're Out" law should
be reformed. Read
the transcript of the discussion broadcast June 1st, 1999.