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2000 California Proposition 21

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Proposition 21
Treatment of Juvenile Offenders. Initiative Statute
Votes %
Yes 4,491,166 62.09%
No 2,742,148 37.91%
Valid votes 7,233,314 100.00%
Invalid or blank votes 0 0.00%
Total votes 7,233,314 100.00%
Registered voters/turnout 7,881,999 91.77%

Results by county
Source: California Secretary of State[1]

California Proposition 21, known also as Prop 21, was a proposition proposed and passed in 2000 that increased a variety of criminal penalties for crimes committed by youth and incorporated many youth offenders into the adult criminal justice system. Major provisions of the proposition, as summarized by Attorney General of California are:

The proposition received considerable controversy and was subject to vigorous protests by youth and human rights groups, but was eventually passed. Opponents included the Californians for Justice, the Critical Resistance Youth Force Coalition, and the Ella Baker Center for Human Rights. Prop 21 received the support of 62.1% (4,491,166) of the voters while 37.9% (2,742,148) voted against the proposition. [2] Only the comparatively liberal counties of the San Francisco Bay Area voted by majority against the measure.

Results of vote

In February 2001, state Court of Appeal in San Diego invalidated provisions of the law requiring 14- to 17-year-olds to be tried in the adult courts.[3]


  1. ^ "Statement of Vote: 2008 General Election" (PDF). California Secretary of State. December 13, 2008. Archived from the original (PDF) on May 6, 2013. Retrieved June 26, 2013.
  2. ^ March 2000 State Ballot Measures
  3. ^ Court Curbs New Youth Crime Law, Retrieved September 12, 2015

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