Op-Ed: Proposed Kate’s Law Would Not Have Saved Kate Steinle

By Matt Gonzalez Special to the Chronicle The U.S. House of Representatives passed a bill last week called “Kate’s Law” (HR3004). The bill is named for Kate Steinle, the young woman whose unfortunate death in San Francisco in 2015 has been exploited as a recurrent shibboleth in efforts across the nation to instigate anti-immigrant fervor. […]

Op-Ed: Why No Charges in Police-Involved Beating in SF?

It’s been nearly three weeks and the officers names have not been released. The incident report remains a secret.

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.

Op-Ed: New Court Jails People Without Trial

Read Public Defender Jeff Adachi’s San Francisco Chronicle Op-Ed on the Chronic Inebriate Court .