SHASTA COUNTY, Calif. - The Shasta County District Attorney's Office said it was not given enough time to oppose the governor's clemency of a murder convict.
Friday, Sept. 13, Governor Newsom granted clemency to Theodore Gray, who was convicted of shooting and killing a man during a robbery in 1999.
Gray is now eligible to receive a parole date. District Attorney Stephanie Bridgett said she was only given 21 days to oppose the clemency when she is supposed to have 90 days.
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