City Attorney Dennis Herrera
A local street gang is losing its headquarters in a Tenderloin apartment building where they have terrorized residents, as part of the legal settlement between the with the landlord and the city, according to officials on Tuesday.
Embattled San Francisco Sheriff Ross Mirkarimi asked the City of San Francisco to pay for his legal bills as he faces an ethics commission hearing, but the city attorney is saying no thanks.
San Francisco City Attorney Dennis Herrera on Monday filed a response to a motion by the attorneys of suspended Sheriff Ross Mirkarimi, who is seeking to have Herrera removed from the suspension proceedings.
The attorneys for suspended San Francisco Sheriff Ross Mirkarimi this week filed a petition asking to have the city attorney’s office disqualified from handling the official misconduct charges against him.
San Francisco City Attorney Dennis Herrera on Monday strongly rebutted the arguments of suspended Sheriff Ross Mirkarimi, who is trying to overturn his suspension.
A software company’s lawsuit against the City of San Francisco appears to have tentacles reaching to some of the city’s top officials.
Two Tenderloin markets face one year shutdowns and heavy fines after a joint SFPD/ DEA investigation has found them to be safe havens for illegal drugs and merchandise.
The San Francisco city attorney has filed a lawsuit against a Tenderloin District hotel owner, claiming the building is riddled with bed bugs and is the base of operations for a street gang.
Mayor Ed Lee and supporters of a Muni underground that will run from South of Market to Chinatown rallied at City Hall Friday to counteract criticism of a transit project recently derided as a subway to nowhere.
San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee found himself defending the Central Subway after a rival mayoral candidate, City Attorney Dennis Herrera, criticized the project’s spiraling costs and dwindling ridership projections.