When a Juror Lies During Voir Dire

What happens when a juror lies about his or her past during jury selection? Read Jeff Adachi’s op-ed for the Daily Journal.

Puffed Up Marijuana Case Fizzles

A good Samaritan who offered a pinch of marijuana to soothe a stressed out stranger only to have his compassion repaid with felony charges was acquitted following a jury trial, San Francisco Public Defender Jeff Adachi announced today.

Mourner Cleared of Mission District Attack

A mourner falsely accused of attacking a woman at a Mission District memorial vigil has been acquitted, San Francisco Public Defender Jeff Adachi announced today.

‘Unlikely Coalition’ Takes on Achievement Gap

Thursday fundraiser for Mo’ Magic unites neighborhoods, nonprofits, tech.

BMAGIC Celebrates 10 Years

San Francisco Examiner reports on BMAGIC’s 10 years of service.

LEAP Team Named Program of the Year

Unique program keeps young people in the classroom and out of the courtroom.

April 23 Summit to Focus on Criminal Justice Reform

Discussion includes recovered memories, children of incarcerated parents, and death of the jury trial.

Solving Chronic Truancy’s Billion Dollar Problem

Some California counties are using a legal loophole to lock up truant youth — sometimes in solitary confinement.

Lawyers Help Troubled S.F. Youths Stay in Class, Out of Jail

The San Francisco Chronicle covers our Juvenile Unit’s award winning LEAP team.

LEAP Team to Receive Good Government Award

A unique San Francisco Public Defender program that keeps young people in the classroom rather than the courtroom has been selected as a 2014 Public Managerial Excellence Award winner by the civic planning organization SPUR.

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