Christopher Evans Hubbart must have an excellent Los Angeles Sex Crime Attorney to be able to receive a conditional release after admitting to raping over 40 women in California. Hubbart is an inmate at the Coaling a State Mental Health Hospital in Central California and was granted conditional release by the judge in May 2013.
Los Angeles District Attorney Jackie Lacey is not happy about the news and she stated in a news release that the DA's office will file a writ challenging the release due to this man's long history of violence and horrific acts towards women.
According to California State law, inmates that are being conditionally released must reside in their homes on record prior to being incarcerated unless unusual circumstances exist. Hubbart's last known address was Claremont. It is yet to be determined what the appropriate address will be for Hubbart.
According to the authorities, Hubbart started his rape rampage back in 1968 against women throughout San Bernardino and Los Angeles counties.
He was convicted in 1972 of raping 14 women and upon release, he continued by raping a women the day of his release. After raping 9 more women, he was again released and again taken back into custody for raping and holding a women hostage.
Hubbart admitted to raping 40 women throughout the state between 1971 and 1983, including 26 in Los Angeles County.
The DA believes that he is a serious threat to public safety and they are doing everything they can to stop this release from happening.