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If there's one constant complaint about crime prevention on the streets of San Francisco it is that the system is a "revolving door." Officers make arrests and the next day the same characters are back on the same street corner, doing the same thing.
Occupy Oakland activists accused the county's District Attorney Tuesday of abusing her power through "trumped-up prosecutions" in an effort to squash their movement. Using a recent robbery and hate crime case charged against three protesters as an
Protests and UC Berkeley have been synonymous for the past half-century. It thus came as little surprise that one of the most visible clashes between law enforcement and students participating in Occupy Wall Street-affiliated demonstrations took
Authorities in California 's Alameda County call it "smarter policing", but critics say new legal approaches meant to curb Occupy protesters are infringing on first amendment rights. Over the past two months, the Alameda County district attorney's
In an attempt to punish and deter Occupy Oakland protesters, the Alameda County District Attorney's Office has employed the use of stay-away orders on at least fourteen protesters after the January 28 move-in marches and the subsequent mass arrest of
Northern California filed petitions Thursday in Alameda County Superior Court seeking to overturn stay away orders against four Occupy Oakland supporters...Many of the orders require that demonstrators stay between 100 and 300 yards from Frank Ogawa
The Oakland City Council spared Fairyland and the Oakland Zoo from budget cuts last night , but went ahead with layoffs, eliminating 105 jobs and letting 80 workers go, the Chron and Trib report. The council was forced to cut $28 million from the