The court ruled unanimously that the former president was trying to circumvent normal legal channels.
1 Year After Chesa Boudin's Recall, Is San Francisco Safer Under His Successor's More Punitive Policies?
Brooke Jenkins took office one year ago this week promising more prosecution for drug and property crime offenders. Crime and overdoses still went up.
The New York charges look weak, and Americans think they’re politically motivated.
The case hinges on the claim that the former president tried to cover up a campaign finance violation with which he was never charged.
Alvin Bragg has finally moved to stop prosecuting Tracy McCarter for murder.
If it comes down to a party-line vote, Republicans don't have enough seats in the state Senate to remove Krasner from office.
Q&A with Philadelphia's district attorney, who is facing an impeachment threat because of rising crime.
A new ordinance passed by the city's Board of Supervisors allows police to request live access to private security cameras even for misdemeanor violations.
Alvin Bragg campaigned on Tracy McCarter’s innocence. Once in office, that was apparently less politically expedient.
Let’s perhaps stop trying to tease national trends out of the complexities of local public safety issues.
San Francisco's New D.A. Leans Into Prohibition, Will Roll Back Plea Agreements Offered by Her Predecessor
"We have to make changes now to save lives," Brooke Jenkins said, announcing tougher penalties for fentanyl dealers.
Perhaps, as we relearn the virtues of local decision-making, we'll also reacquire a taste for individualism.
Prosecutorial reform is one thing. Chesa Boudin’s incompetence is another.
Mayor London Breed, who has herself recently pivoted away from criminal justice reforms, will select Boudin's successor.
This D.A. Is Trying To Prosecute a Doctor for Vaccinating Unauthorized People Instead of Letting Supplies Expire
Kim Ogg ran for district attorney as a criminal justice reformer. Maybe she should think about what that entails.
During the last few election cycles, a wave of well-funded progressive candidates have run for prosecutor's offices in major cities. This time, quite a few reform-minded D.A.s won.
District Attorney Jackie Lacey faces re-election today against a tough field calling for more criminal justice reforms.
In his first days in office, the activist turned prosecutor has dismissed 31 career staff.