Catherine Sandoval spoke with ABC 10 News about how PG&E is set to get off of federal criminal probation on January 26, while survivors of their disasters want the judge to intervene.

Some attorneys see a good argument for Judge Alsup to try extending PG&E’s probation.

“This isn’t just detention at school,” Santa Clara University law professor Catherine Sandoval. “You have 115 people who have died due to PG&E’s actions while on probation. If they were a person, not only would they be in jail, but they’d be looking at a death sentence.”