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Tagged with: Public Defender

Lawyers say DA is using terrible crime for political gain …

... While Jenkins and her allies can't seem to get the facts right.

Engardio wants to protect supes from issues ‘outside our control.’ Here’s some amendments

Let's avoid taxes, climate change, war ... or we could just be residents of a city, a country, and a world.

Cops and judges can’t get away with violating reporters’ First Amendment rights

The latest attack on press freedom by the SF cops shows the need for vigilance—and accountability.

Under the Stars: Of Ty Segall’s cute doggies and Mill Valley’s Fleet Foxes

Plus: Latino Superman Ray Barretto, Farsight's funky AI shuffle, Spanish psych-rock from Tutupatu, more great music

Screen Grabs: Reaching for the golden ring with an ‘Iron Claw’

Plus: 'American Fiction' critiques racial conundrums with feeling, 'Menus-Plaisirs' delivers a full plate of gastronomic delight

Young people arrested in police sweep at Dolores skate event file federal suit

Held for seven hours, with no water or access to bathrooms, in the cold, teenagers who did nothing illegal are demanding the city take responsibility.

The new War on Drugs isn’t working any better than the old one did ….

But Breed and Jenkins are pushing to make it worse. We have seen this before and it ended very badly.

The Chron’s coverage of drugs and Honduras gets into the courtroom—and trouble

Reporters talk to jurors during trial; public defender seeking a new trial. The dangerous media narrative remains.

Preston campaign kickoff draws large and diverse crowd

District 5 is one of the critical seats progressives will try to win in 2024

Dorsey attack on wellness center signals larger issues in SF’s new War on Drugs

The mayor, the DA, and the Tech Right want to revive a failed policy—and maybe go after local judges.