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Preliminary Hearing Held For San Francisco Couple Accused Of Running Brothel In Sunset District

The two Chinese nationals, Jin Shi and Linjun Wang, have pleaded not guilty to two counts of pimping and pandering.


Michael Montgomery

Phil Matier: Release Of Suspect In Dodgers Fan Fatal Stabbing Splits Law Enforcement

The investigation into the fatal stabbing of a Dodgers fan near AT&T park last week has prompted a divide between police and the district attorney’s office in San Francisco.


San Francisco District Attorney George Gascon. (Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)

SF District Attorney Pushes For New Crime-Fighting Technology

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. (Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)

KCBS In Depth: The San Francisco DA’s Office

An interview with San Francisco District Attorney George Gascon on a number of different high profile cases he and his office are currently working on.


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Attorney-Client Privilege Adds New Twist In SF Sheriff Mirkarimi Case

A new twist in SF Sheriff Mirkarimi’s domestic violence case has brought up questions about attorney-client privilege regarding a key witness in the case.


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San Francisco Prosecutors Getting Real World Advice On Sentencing

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.


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San Francisco D.A. To Decide Soon If New Sheriff Will Face Charges

San Francisco District Attorney George Gascon hopes to decide by the end of the week whether or not to charge the new sheriff with allegations of domestic violence.


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Gascon Absent From Final San Francisco DA Debate

San Francisco’s district attorney did not attend Wednesday’s debate—the last before the Nov. 8 election—and his opponents took the absence as an opportunity to say why they are the best candidate to take over the office.


Worker’s Death Leads San Francisco, Mexican Authorities To Improve Workplace Safety

San Francisco prosecutors and Mexican authorities announced an agreement Monday they hope will improve workplace safety for immigrants in hazardous professions.