Jan 28 • 1HR 4M

A Case for Reformative Justice with Cristine Soto Deberry

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Cristine Soto Deberry is the Founder and Executive Director of the Prosecutors Alliance, an organization that supports and amplifies the voices of California prosecutors committed to reforming our criminal justice system through smart, sage, modern solutions that advance not just public safety but community well-being.

Cristine spent 9 years with the San Francisco DA’s Office, a decade as the Chief of Staff to San Francisco District Attorneys George Gascon and Chesa Boudin – as well as serving as San Francisco Mayor Gavin Newsom’s Deputy Chief of Staff.

In our attempt to understand the many issues related to our criminal justice system here in San Francisco, we were thrilled to have Cristine join us and share her vision of what proper criminal justice reform looks like.

I hope you learn as much as I did from today’s episode.

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