The 2018 Grand Jury follow up report, Body-worn Cameras and Marin Law Enforcement, found with the exception of Sausalito, all county law enforcement agencies were following the 2013-14 Marin Civil Grand Jury’s recommendation that body-worn cameras be used. Today’s Marin
Within three weeks of the May 11 release of the Grand Jury report Cyberattacks: A growing Threat to Marin, the Marin IJ published two articles on this perturbing issue and another article appears in the online Marin Post. The report’s
The California Grand Jurors’ Association, our parent organization, had asked our chapter to host their annual conference in San Rafael this coming October. Unfortunately, due to the current Covid-19 pandemic, the conference had to be postponed. While we’re disappointed with this temporary decision,
The CGJA extension for nominations of its Best Grand Jury Reporting and Media Coverage Awards is giving chapter members until July 20 to inform the Board of Directors of their choices…
The Board of Directors has voted to extended member nominations for the President, Vice-President, Secretary and Treasurer elections taking place in the fall.
This will better sync with Judge Sweet’s directive on extending the current Grand Jury’s term and the selection and impaneling of the 2020-2021 Jury…
The Communication and Membership committee is very proud to announce the launching of an entirely new and revamped Chapter website. We have been extremely fortunate to have Alan Schaevitz act as our Webmaster. He had been instrumental in remodeling the Marin Coalition’s website