The newly elected San Francisco district attorney who replaced ousted radical leftist DA Chesa Boudin has revoked dozens of plea deals doled out by her predecessor.
In a press release sent out on Wednesday, San Francisco DA Brooke Jenkins announced that she had revoked over 30 plea bargains that Boudin had offered to drug offenders during his tenure as DA.
Her decision to reverse these plea agreements is part of a broader policy she unveiled which would prohibit drug dealers that are arrested with more than five grams of drugs from being referred to San Franciscos so-called community justice court.
Jenkins policy would also give enhanced charges to drug dealers who are arrested within 1,000 feet of a school, and would potentially pursue pre-trial detention for fentanyl dealers in extreme cases.
Chesa Boudin has announced he will campaign to get his old job back and get his name of the ballot for the November election. If you want to contribute to his campaign, you would have to be one sick puppy.