AG Bonta's Office Has 90 Days to Review SF Police Shooting Case — and Jenkins's Handling of It
The California Attorney General's Office has responded to a San Francisco court proceeding involving what would have been the first-ever prosecution of an on-duty SFPD officer for a fatal shooting, asking for 90 more days to review the case.
Mayor Breed’s Brother Can Have His Sentence Lightened For 2000 Killing Case, Judge Rules
Another new legal ruling Monday in the case of Mayor Breed’s brother could potentially see him released from prison, where he’s been for 20 years, as he’s now eligible for a resentencing that will likely lower his sentence.
SF DA Brooke Jenkins Has Cut Staff Level of Unit That Investigates Police By More Than Half
In further evidence that DA Jenkins may not be as aggressive in her pursuit of police accountability as her predecessors, the Chronicle has found that Jenkins has less than half the number of attorneys and fewer investigators working in the unit responsible for investigating police abuses.
DA Will Indeed Drop Prosecution of Keita O’Neil Police Shooting Case, Says State Can Take It If They Want
DA Brooke Jenkins has decided she’s dropping the charges against a former SFPD officer who shot and killed unarmed Keita O’Neil in 2017, but says AG Rob Bonta is free to prosecute it if he wants to.
DA Jenkins’s Office Can Prosecute Resentencing the Murder Case Against Mayor Breed’s Brother, Court Rules
A San Francisco Superior Court judge denied a motion Monday morning that asked to take the murder resentencing of Mayor Breed’s brother out of the hands of DA Brooke Jenkins’s office, a motion that was made by Breed’s brother’s attorneys.
San Francisco Couple Accused of Trafficking Nanny From Philippines and Enforcing Slave Labor With Little Pay
The San Francisco District Attorney's Office on Tuesday announced charges against married SF residents Jose Aguila and Lorraine Lim following a year-long investigation into the alleged labor trafficking of a childcare worker.
Former Alameda County Deputy Seen Beating Suspect In Mission District Alley Has Charges Against Him Dismissed
A former Alameda County sheriff's deputy, one of two officers seen on video in San Francisco brutally beating a suspect with their batons in a widely publicized 2015 incident, saw the charges against him dismissed Thursday morning.
DA Jenkins Hit With More Ethics Allegations Over Alleged Unauthorized Sharing of Sensitive Department Documents
A new report alleges DA Jenkins shared a suspect’s information for use in the recall campaign with another colleague who was also quitting on Boudin, and Jenkins is responding by launching an investigation into the leak.
Humpday Headlines: SFPD Appears to Be Making More Stops and Arrests Under New DA
A study of the first three months since Brooke Jenkins was appointed DA finds that SFPD officers are making more stops and arrests, Washington High teachers are staging a sickout, and the break-in at the Pelosis' was caught on camera but no one was watching.
DA Candidates Debate: Jenkins Still Attacking Boudin, Challengers Say She’s Worse Than Him
Interim District Attorney Brooke Jenkins faced her three challengers Tuesday night in the first in-person debate before next month’s election, and all three challengers relished in pointing out that crime is up during her thus-far short tenure.
San Francisco DA's Office Formally Announces Potential Murder Charges for Fentanyl Dealers
SF District Attorney Brooke Jenkins is taking another tough-on-drug-crime stance ahead of the November election that will determine if she keeps the job, stating that her office will pursue murder charges if and when they link a fentanyl dealer to an overdose death.
DA Jenkins Rolls Out New Policy To Clamp Down on Repeat Misdemeanor Drug Offenders
Call it a “five strikes” law if you will — SF District Attorney Brooke Jenkins’s new drug misdemeanor policy hopes to tighten the screws on repeat offenders once they’ve racked up five drug possession and/or paraphernalia charges.
DA Jenkins Defends Secretive $100,000 Payment from Anti-Boudin Group, Which Turns Out Was Actually $153,000
In her first interview on the matter of a previously unreported $100,000 payment, which we now learn was a $153,000 payment, SF DA Brooke Jenkins continues to insist that her consulting for a group bankrolling the recall was unrelated to the recall.
Chesa Boudin and His Supporters Seize On Revelation About Brooke Jenkins's Recall Payday: 'Integrity Is Central to the Job of DA'
The dirty secret about District Attorney Brooke Jenkins's paid involvement in the campaign to oust her predecessor and former boss, Chesa Boudin, was bound to come out eventually, and it's sparking a lot of chatter.
New DA Brooke Jenkins Got $100,000 From Anti-Boudin Political Organization
Nice “volunteer” work if you can get it! Brooke Jenkins claimed she was a volunteer for the recall campaign, but new campaign finance filings show she was paid a cool $100,000 as a consultant to a group that largely financed the recall.
State AG Refuses DA Jenkins’s Request To Take Breed’s Brother's Case, Plus Case Involving DA's Husband's Family
New DA Brooke Jenkins’s request to hand resentencing of London Breed’s brother to the state attorney general has been denied, and same goes for a case involving Jenkins’s husband’s cousin.
New DA Jenkins’ Staff Shakeup Arrives, At Least 15 Fired, Several New Hires Announced
Brooke Jenkins put her stamp on the office she was appointed to with four new women hired as top staffers, but she fired a bunch of women too, yet more importantly, may have eliminated a future rival by hiring Nancy Tung.