George Shirakawa, Jr., the already-embattled president of the Santa Clara County Board of Supervisors, is being asked to explain a “confusing trail of receipts” on his county-issued credit card.
Bouncing a check has never been a good thing to do, but the penalty for writing a bad one might now be harsher than it was before with district attorneys contracting with debt collection services.
San Francisco’s top prosecutor wants to bring the same sort of technology he used to track crime while serving as police chief to the district attorney’s office.
San Francisco District Attorney George Gascon has said he has doubts about the sincerity of Sheriff Ross Mirkarimi’s guilty plea to a charge of misdemeanor false imprisonment.
The Santa Clara County District Attorney’s office is adding 15 new prosecutors, set to start their jobs on March 5th.
A former gang member who turned his life around to become a social worker will help San Francisco prosecutors decide how best to pursue criminal charges against some offenders.
The State Bar of California has taken disciplinary action against a one-time deputy district attorney in the Santa Clara County District Attorney’s office for wrongdoing she has admitted to in connection with a decade-old case she prosecuted.
The popular electronics retailer has been telling many of its customers that the Black Friday deals they snagged may never be delivered.
San Francisco’s Department of Elections on Thursday certified the results of the Nov. 8 election, officially declaring Ed Lee the winner of the mayor’s race, George Gascon the winner of the district attorney’s race, and Ross Mirkarimi the winner of the sheriff’s race.
San Francisco District Attorney George Gascon, former SFPD chief, held a commanding lead in his bid for election, while ranked-choice votes also showed that Supervisor Ross Mirkarimi was likely to become San Francisco’s new sheriff.