S.F. Mayor, Judges Disagree on Quality-of-Life Law Enforcement

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San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee and the city's judges are at odds on handling a backlog of warrants for quality-of-life offenses. The judges dropped 64,713 outstanding cases, saying fines are rarely paid. The mayor is "emotionally angry" about the move, saying judges can't overlook the cases . . .

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