Mobile courtroom aims to ‘bridge the gap’ in northern California

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By Nathan Frandino (Reuters) – After 32 years in and out of prison for a variety of convictions, Kevin Fisk is trying to get his life on track. Since being released in 2020, he’s found, and lost work, and he’s lived in shelters and in tents on the streets of California. The one constant has been a weekly meeting with his probation officer. Those meetings have become easier this year, he says, with the new Placer County Probation Outreach Vehicle. Fisk calls it a one-stop shop for getting help. “Every Thursday since they got it up and running, it makes it easy for us,” Fisk told Reuters after a…

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