Hall of Justice
Former jail inmates at San Francisco’s Hall of Justice have filed a claim against the city and county accusing deputies of forcing them to fight each other.
More than 120 courthouses around California are at risk of partial collapse in an earthquake and more than a dozen are here in the Bay Area.
San Francisco Sheriff’s deputies have been organizing jail inmate fights and gambling on the outcomes, according to the city’s public defender.
A portion of San Francisco’s Hall of Justice has been evacuated after suspicious packages were found in the building’s mailroom this morning, police said.
While fireworks are being set up for the annual New Year’s Eve festivities along San Francisco’s Embarcadero waterfront, many are vowing to rally tonight out of continued protest against police brutality.
A husband and wife accused of running a brothel out of San Francisco’s Sunset District entered not guilty pleas in San Francisco Superior Court this afternoon.
A man was arrested on the steps of San Francisco’s Hall Of Justice Wednesday afternoon after allegedly stabbing two people nearby, a police spokeswoman said.
The San Francisco Board of Supervisors on Tuesday authorized the city to apply for a state grant to help build a new jail adjacent to the current Hall of Justice building.
San Francisco’s top officials say the city’s Hall of Justice would be dangerously unstable in a powerful earthquake, but hundreds of city workers and jail inmates working and living there could have to wait more than a decade to move out.
Five of six current and former San Francisco Unified School District employees charged with embezzling $15 million from the schools pleaded not-guilty Tuesday at the Hall of Justice.