Civil Rights - Crimes and Penalities - Sentencing Goals
West's Ann. Cal. Penal Code

Description: (a) It is the public policy of this state that the principal goals of sentencing for hate crimes, are the following: (1) Punishment for the hate crimes committed. (2) Crime and violence prevention, including prevention of recidivism and prevention of crimes and violence in prisons and jails. (3) Restorative justice for the immediate victims of the hate crimes and for the classes of persons terrorized by the hate crimes. (b) The Judicial Council shall develop a rule of court guiding hate crime sentencing to implement the policy in subdivision (a). In developing the rule of court, the council shall consult experts including organizations representing hate crime victims.

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