San Francisco DA'S Announce New Advocacy Group for Police ReformDecrying the influence and political power of law enforcement unions around the state, San Francisco District Attorney Chesa Boudin and other prosecutors announced the founding of the "Prosecutors Alliance of California," an group they described as "a "first in the nation initiative" to advocate for police reform.
San Francisco DA Chesa Boudin Joins Push For South Africa-Style Truth, Reconciliation CommissionSan Francisco District Attorney Chesa Boudin joins a pilot effort patterned after South Africa's post-apartheid truth and reconciliation commission to confront racism in the criminal justice system.
DA Chesa Boudin Not Charging Cases Relying On SFPD Officers With Misconduct HistorySan Francisco District Attorney Chesa Boudin announced Monday that his office will no longer charge cases that rely on statements from officers who have a proven history of misconduct.
San Francisco DA Warns Against Racism, Price Gouging During Coronavirus PandemicSan Francisco District Attorney Chesa Boudin said his office will not tolerate anyone exploiting the current coronavirus pandemic by committing hate crimes, price gouging or scams.
Man Arrested By ICE Agents Outside SF Courthouse Fighting Deportation, Attorney SaysImmigration activists rallied in San Francisco on Monday at the same location where U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents arrested a man as he was entering a court hearing less than a week ago.
San Francisco DA To Withdraw Charges Against One Suspect In Attack On Elderly RecyclerSan Francisco District Attorney Chesa Boudin said his office was withdrawing charges against one of two men arrested in an attack on an elderly Asian man and theft of the recycled cans he had gathered.
San Francisco DA Boudin Eases Policy On Police Stops; SFPOA Blasts DecisionSan Francisco District Attorney Chesa Boudin on Friday announced new policies taking effect immediately within his office. The San Francisco Police Association blasted Boudin for the new policy reform.
SFPOA Slams DA Chesa Boudin For Dropping Charges In Police Shooting CaseThe San Francisco Police Officers Association is calling for federal intervention to prosecute a man shot by police last month after the District Attorney's Office declined to file charges.
San Francisco DA Announces Citywide Elimination Of Cash BailSan Francisco prosecutors will no longer ask judges for cash bail as a condition for the pretrial detention of defendants, the District Attorney's Office announced Wednesday.
San Francisco Supervisor Sandra Lee Fewer Not Running For Re-ElectionAfter much speculation, San Francisco Supervisor Sandra Lee Fewer has decided against running for re-election later this year.
New San Francisco District Attorney Fires Multiple ProsecutorsJust two days after San Francisco's new district attorney Chesa Boudin was sworn in, the S.F. Chronicle is reporting that at least six prosecutors have been fired as Boudin reshapes the office.
New San Francisco DA Chesa Boudin Promises Immediate Justice System ReformSan Francisco has a new district attorney and he is promising immediate justice system reform.
Protesters Slam Recall Effort Against San Francisco Supervisor Sandra Lee FewerSupporters held a rally near San Francisco City Hall on Monday, backing Supervisor Sandra Lee Fewer, who's facing a recall challenge.
Interim San Francisco DA Suzy Loftus To Stay In Office Through Early JanuaryFollowing the win of District Attorney-elect Chesa Boudin in last week's election, Mayor London Breed on Wednesday unveiled a plan to transition Boudin into office sometime early next year.
San Francisco Leaders Rally With Chinatown Residents Following Violent AttackSan Francisco city leaders joined dozens of Chinatown residents late Tuesday afternoon for a rally in the wake of a violent attack that injured three elderly men.