George Gascón

district attorney of Los Angeles

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District attorney and former chief of police for San Francisco, and former assistant chief of police for the Los Angeles Police Department

George Gascón on KCRW

LA District Attorney George Gascón came into office in December with big, progressive plans.

LA district attorney union sues new boss George Gascón over sentence enhancement prohibition

LA District Attorney George Gascón came into office in December with big, progressive plans.

from Greater LA

George Gascón was sworn in on Monday as LA’s new district attorney. He announced big reforms, including no more cash bail for nonviolent crimes. He won’t seek the death penalty.

LA DA George Gascón on cash bail elimination, gang sentencing, and reviewing officers’ use of force

George Gascón was sworn in on Monday as LA’s new district attorney. He announced big reforms, including no more cash bail for nonviolent crimes. He won’t seek the death penalty.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

George Gascón, former San Francisco District Attorney, has defeated incumbent Jackie Lacey in the race for LA County’s next district attorney.

LA’s incoming district attorney George Gascón on accountability and police officers’ use of force

George Gascón, former San Francisco District Attorney, has defeated incumbent Jackie Lacey in the race for LA County’s next district attorney.

from Greater LA

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