Stories about criminal justice

The missing pieces in the Steinle killing narrative

A lot of what we have heard from the news media so far turns out not to be entirely true

A ‘dangerous felon’ who was never convicted of a violent crime

The 'seven felony convictions' of Juan Francisco Lopez Sanchez are all minor -- but that's not what you read in the news media

Criminal justice and mental illness: What’s SF’s answer?

City Hall hearing demonstrates that the city's current system is a tragic disaster -- and raises a lot of questions about solutions

A Fox to guard the henhouse? Cop who shot Luis Gongora now part of police reform unit

Community leaders say putting an officer still under investigation for a homicide in a reform group is an insult

The Agenda, May 30-June 5: Ed Lee’s bizarre judicial strategy ….

.... plus some real rules for Airbnb, a memorial for a local hero, Tasers and the cops, and more: We preview the week

Mayor Lee faces questions on police violence — and has no real answers

Mayor has nothing but carefully prepared remarks that avoid responsibility for the crisis in his police department

The Agenda, April 4-10: Changing the DCCC rules (again), the first Kim-Wiener debate ….

... and a big showdown on Sanctuary City, immigration, and law enforcement

Some Mother’s Daughter: Fighting the criminalization of sex workers

Event in SF discusses the connections between the "Grim Sleeper" serial murder case in LA and the lives of poor women, sex workers, and prisoners

Protesters go to City Hall: ‘A young man was murdered on your watch’

Activists demand accountability -- Sup. Breed's office says the protest is "violent"

The Agenda, March 21-27, 2008: A homeless emergency, mayoral vetoes ….

... justice for Mario Woods, and how the TPP would hurt journalism.