James Queally

covers crime and policing for the LA Times

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Covers crime and policing for the LA Times.

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This morning, Jackie Lacey conceded to former George Gascón in the race for Los Angeles County’s next district attorney.

How George Gascón might change the LA District Attorney’s Office — the largest in the US

This morning, Jackie Lacey conceded to former George Gascón in the race for Los Angeles County’s next district attorney.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

California officials are releasing some inmates in an attempt to reduce COVID-19 contagion behind bars. These former inmates are finding the outside world to be a strange new place.

Newly released inmates face challenges around housing, support, employment

California officials are releasing some inmates in an attempt to reduce COVID-19 contagion behind bars. These former inmates are finding the outside world to be a strange new place.

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Harvey Weinstein was found guilty on two out of the five charges against him.

What does Harvey Weinstein’s verdict mean for #MeToo?

Harvey Weinstein was found guilty on two out of the five charges against him.

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