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It sounds like the first strike with regard to the felon in possession of tear gas is harsh if he was only carrying "pepper spray" If he was in possession of tear gas or mace that is not allowed by the average citizen then it sounds more probable. The fact that he needs medical attention just means that he should be getting medical treatment while in prison, not that he should be in a medical facility. The state hospital (Patton) is actually probably not where you want your son at all, in my professional and personal opinion.
If the prison is not treating his medical needs then that is an issue that you should bring up to the warden and demand that he is given proper medical attention
While an average citizen can be in possession of tear gas, a felon may not be (California Penal Code 22810a).
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no it does not answer my question
Can you specify the specific information that you would like to know
What does the word harsh mean exactly?? Did he get a second strike because he got the first one added on? That makes no sense to me.
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