2. If we are about to dramatically relieve prison overcrowding, how do we guarantee that people don't end up back in prison anyway, due to parole violations, and with precious little reentry resources?
3. Doesn't the decision render the release part of Prop 9 pretty much irrelevant?
7. If we're worried about recidivism among released inmates, isn't it better to systematically find out what works in the real world, rather than work with simplistic, imaginary models?
Do you have any nagging questions about the aftermath of the District Court's decision? Please post them in the comments, and we'll try and answer them together.