James Queally

covers crime and policing for the LA Times

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LA County District Attorney George Gascón has survived a second recall attempt. A lot of his own prosecutors publicly supported his potential ouster.

Gascón dodges recall. What’s next for LA’s district attorney?

LA County District Attorney George Gascón has survived a second recall attempt. A lot of his own prosecutors publicly supported his potential ouster.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

On Monday, Judge James Chalfant blocked LA District Attorney George Gascón from enforcing one of his major promises: ending the use of prison sentencing enhancements in thousands of…

Judge rules against LA District Attorney George Gascón’s plans to eliminate sentencing enhancements

On Monday, Judge James Chalfant blocked LA District Attorney George Gascón from enforcing one of his major promises: ending the use of prison sentencing enhancements in thousands of…

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

Earlier this week, George Gascón took the reins as LA County’s district attorney.

LA District Attorney George Gascón’s ambitious reforms don’t go over well with rank and file prosecutors

Earlier this week, George Gascón took the reins as LA County’s district attorney.

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