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Jury Acquits Honor Student Of Gun Charge

An Army veteran and Dean’s List student who was prosecuted over a legally-registered, unloaded gun was found not guilty by a San Francisco jury Wednesday.

Jury Finds Man Acted In Self Defense Against Off-Duty Officer

A motorist acted in self-defense when he used a knife to fend off a an off-duty San Francisco police officer during a road rage incident, a jury found Friday.

Good Samaritan Acquitted of Felony Auto Burglary, Receiving Stolen Property

A man who claimed he was trying to roll up the window of an unattended car was acquitted by a jury Thursday afternoon of felony auto burglary and receiving stolen property, Public Defender Jeff Adachi announced today.

Drug Cases May Be Compromised Due to Evidence Tampering In SF...

People charged with drug offenses in San Francisco may have their cases dropped or convictions overturned due to alleged evidence tampering and substandard conditions in the police crime lab, San Francisco Public Defender Jeff Adachi announced Wednesday.

The Recorder: Expand Diversion to Save Money and Lives

Kwixuan Maloof, managing attorney in charge of the San Francisco Public Defender's office, explains why the Pretrial Diversion program is the bullet train to traditional justice's lumbering freight.

San Francisco Examiner: Adachi To Bring Up Funding Issues At Washington...

Public Defender Jeff Adachi is off to Washington D.C. this week for a national conference on criminal defense for the poor.

Public Defender Jeff Adachi to Speak at U.S. Attorney General’s Conference

San Francisco Public Defender Jeff Adachi will be among the featured speakers this week at U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder’s national conference on criminal defense for the poor.

Man Cleared of Battery on a Parking Officer

A man accused of spitting in a parking enforcement officer’s face was acquitted by a San Francisco jury Thursday afternoon.

Woman Found Not Guilty After Dognapping Trial

A woman who believed she was rescuing a lost dog from Union Square traffic was acquitted of stealing the animal by a San Francisco jury Wednesday.

Jury Clears Three Men Following Double Murder Trial

Three men on trial for two Visitacion Valley killings were found not guilty of all charges by a San Francisco jury Tuesday. Joc Wilson, 23, Floyd Jackson, 22 and, Emon Brown, 21, faced first-degree murder charges in addition to gang and firearm enhancements. The charges carry a maximum sentence of life in prison.