Some hoped Santa Clara County would take a cue from San Francisco and other cities that erased pot convictions in the wake of Prop. 64.
Two county public defenders recently launched the “Aider & Abettor” podcast to help change the criminal justice narrative.
Councilman-elect Sergio Jimenez, who represents the Edenvale-Santa Teresa neighborhoods, starts his new job a month early and without pay.
Political donors have spent more than $1.6 million on three San Jose ballot measures and another $822,000 on three City Council contests.
One of the men arrested in a gay cruising sting wonders how San Jose’s understaffed police force prioritized undercover ops at Columbus Park.
A storied civil rights attorney plans to take the SJPD to task for selectively enforcing lewd conduct laws against gay men.
The culture of mass incarceration has warped our psyches into thinking that long prison terms are the answer to crimes like sexual assault. They’re not.
An interpreter shortage has people giving up their rights, judges acting unethically and court officials saying everything is fine.
Debido a la falta continua de intérpretes, el sistema judicial del condado de Santa Clara ha logrado segregar a los ciudadanos con base a su idioma durante años. Por lo tanto, esta separación ha causado injusticias.
Stanford students hope to foster a nuanced dialogue about justice and sexual consent in the wake of Brock Turner’s controversial sentencing.