San Francisco DA's Office To Dismiss Thousands Of Pot ConvictionsThe San Francisco District Attorney's office announced Wednesday morning that thousands of pot convictions will be dismissed or reviewed in a push that comes now that recreational marijuana is legal.
San Francisco DA: Don’t Use Steinle Verdict As 'Political Football'While he wasn’t in the City Friday, District Attorney George Gascón spoke to KPIX 5 about the controversial verdict in the Kate Steinle murder trial.
Charges Filed Against Alameda County Deputies Who Beat Man On CameraDistrict Attorney George Gascón announced late Tuesday morning that he would charge two Alameda County Sheriff's deputies who were caught on camera beating a suspect in San Francisco's Mission District last November.
San Francisco DA Warns Latino Community Of Fraudulent Immigration ServicesAn increasing number of people in San Francisco's Latino community are being victimized by individuals providing fraudulent immigration services, but the city's district attorney is starting a public awareness campaign.
Naked BART Acrobat 'Very Depressed' As He Sits In Jail Awaiting FateA friend of 24-year-old naked acrobat Yeiner Perez Garizabalo described him as "very depressed" as he sits in jail after pleading not guilty earlier this week to two felony and four misdemeanor charges.
SF D.A. Addresses Elder Abuse During Awareness MonthSan Francisco has launched a campaign to safeguard seniors during the month of May, which has been designated Elder Abuse Awareness Month.
Transsexual Woman Among SF Crime Victims Honored For Willingness To TestifyMia Tu Mutch was just one of several crime victims, and witnesses to violent crimes, honored by District Attorney George Gascon on Wednesday for heroic acts that helped solve some of San Francisco’s highest profile cases.
SF’s Top Law Enforcement Disagree With Eliana LopezEliana Lopez wrote an opinion piece that her voice was considered irrelevant and ignored by authorities when a neighbor reported hers and suspended Sheriff Ross Mirkarimi's new year's fight to police.