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Public defender calls for measures to prevent a coronavirus outbreak in...

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Public defender calls for measures to prevent a coronavirus outbreak in jail By Michael Barba - San Francisco Examiner

All Charges Dismissed Against Edgewood Employee

SAN FRANCISCO, MARCH 5, 2020 -  This morning, all charges were dismissed against Kenneth Ofigho, 31, a former employee of Edgewood Center,...

San Francisco Public Defender Mano Raju and District Attorney Chesa Boudin...

San Francisco-- On election day, Tuesday March 3, federal immigration agents arrested a San Francisco resident in front of the courthouse steps of 850 Bryant...

Statement by San Francisco Public Defender Mano Raju Opposing the Sheriff’s...

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“I am extremely disturbed to learn of Sheriff Miyamoto’s plans to move up to 100 people currently held in the San Francisco...

Mother of Mario Woods Administers Oath to San Francisco Public Defender...

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SAN FRANCISCO, CA – On February 27, 2020, in front of a crowd of over 300 people at Brava Theater, San Francisco Public Defender...

City Officials Unveiled “Jeff Adachi Way” – New Street to honor...

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SAN FRANCISCO, CA – On Wednesday, February 26, 2020, Public Defender Mano Raju, Supervisor Matt Haney, the Adachi family, and community supporters of the...

Jury Acquits Driver Who Acted in Reasonable Self-Defense When Confronted by...

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SAN FRANCISCO, CA – On February 25, 2020, a jury acquitted a former Lyft driver, Vincent Perrault, 46, of assault charges related...

Should the San Francisco Police Department apologize to the black community?...

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Should the San Francisco Police Department apologize to the black community? By Julian Mark - Mission Local -...

How long must S.F. wait to root out police corruption?

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How long must S.F. wait to root out police corruption? By Mano Raju, Public Defender of San Francisco

Jury Acquits Woman in Tragic Pedestrian Death

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SAN FRANCISCO – On January 31, 2020, a jury acquitted Troylene Trammell, 57, of vehicular manslaughter, finding Ms. Trammell was not negligent. The tragic...