(FOX 11) - One of the most hotly contested initiatives on the November ballot is Proposition 57, which would allow parole for non-violent felons.
Supporters of the measure say it would give inmates a second chance. However, opponents say violent criminals could be released early.
Los Angeles law enforcement officials and city leaders held a news conference Thursday to announce their opposition of Prop. 57, discussing crimes such as assault with a deadly weapon, rape of an unconscious victim, domestic violence, and others being deemed "non-violent" and eligible for early release.
Watch the full report above by Olga Ospina.
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