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SF ADAs jump ship as Boudin recall likely heads to voters

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With the effort to recall District Attorney Chesa Boudin likely to go before San Francisco voters sometime next year, two assistant district attorneys who recently resigned from the DA's office announced that they are now working for his removal. "My decision to resign was the result of a growing belief that Chesa Boudin lacks the desire and willingness to prosecute crime effectively in San Francisco," Brooke Jenkins, who resigned October 15, said in an October 25 virtual news conference. "He has proven his policies and his approach is anything but progressive.

We have seen crime increase, justice wane, and lives being lost." Boudin, who had been a reform-minded public defender, was narrowly elected DA in 2019, beating three more moderate

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