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After Firing More Than a Dozen Staff, New SF DA Brooke Jenkins Says She Will Restore 'Law and Order to San Francisco'

A fit, middle-aged Filipino man, with black hair slicked away from his head, stands at a wooden lectern inside a room, speaking toward, but beyond, the camera at his left. We see a sliver of the Seal of California at the top of the front of the lectern, and a skinny microphone neck extending from the lectern toward him. He wears a dark blue suit jacket, a white dress shirt, and a glossy powder blue tie. On a wall behind him are two paintings; the one visible behind him seems to be an oil or acrylic portrait in blues, pinks, and yellows or a man wearing a baseball cap and jacket, with a surprised or distraught look on his face. A tall man also dressed in a suit and wearing a black face mask stands at a distance in a doorway to Bonta's right; it appears to be Gov. Gavin Newsom.

California Attorney General Rob Bonta Easily Advances to November Election to Face Republican Challenger

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Ex-Air Force Sergeant With Extremist Ties Sentenced to 41 Years for Killing Oakland Federal Guard

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Why High-Profile Attacks on SF's Asian Communities Rarely Lead to Hate Crime Charges

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Napa Man Pleads Guilty to Conspiring to Destroy CA Democratic Party Headquarters

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Alameda Police Officers Won't Face Criminal Charges in Death of Mario Gonzalez

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Violent Crime Soared During the Pandemic. But Does the Political Debate Reflect the Data?

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More Bay Area Officers Are Being Prosecuted for Killing People. Does This Really Signal a Shift in Police Accountability?

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SF Police Use DNA From Rape Exams to Identify Suspects in Unrelated Cases, DA Says

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