Stanford professor Michele Dauber has carried the momentum from a high-profile judicial recall campaign into local activism.
A powerful union leader violated agency policies by failing to report hate speech—and the former undersheriff leapt to his defense.
Voters on Tuesday ousted Judge Aaron Persky, ending what’s being called the highest-profile political campaign ever in Santa Clara County.
Santa Clara County voters deserves judges who take sexual violence seriously and who are not biased in favor of privileged perpetrators.
San Jose’s new cop watchdog, Aaron Zisser, has won praise from activists but criticism from police over his brand of oversight.
Hunger strikes, an in-custody death and the new politics of criminal justice define the race for Santa Clara County sheriff.
Spokespeople from both sides of the debate faced off Wednesday in the first public forum on the Recall Persky campaign.
Decades-old claims of sexual harassment and abuse of power have come back to haunt Sheriff Laurie Smith.
The #MeToo ethos fuels the effort to oust Santa Clara County Judge Aaron Persky from the bench in an unprecedented recall election.
Inmates and their advocates call Santa Clara County’s jail grievance system unfair because of an official’s alleged conflict of interest.