Delay in obtaining prison records postpones Anderson release hearing

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Delay in obtaining prison records postpones Anderson release hearing

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This article reports on the case of a former Sonora doctor, Danny Anderson, who is an inmate at the California Institution for Men in Chino. Anderson's attorneys sought an early release for Anderson due to his autoimmune disease. Anderson previously had the virus and was cleared, but doctors do not know if there will be significant immune response to the virus to prevent a second infection. There have been delays to the release of the inmate. At the time of the article, there were 63 cases of COVID-19 within that prison. Many prisoners are being released around the state to relieve overcrowding, but it seems to be going at a slower pace than could really help alleviate the problem.

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The Union Democrat

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