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D.A. Drops Some Charges in San Francisco Cops Case

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D.A. Drops Some Charges in San Francisco Cops Case

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D.A. Drops Some Charges in San Francisco Cops Case

D.A. Drops Some Charges in San Francisco Cops Case

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San Francisco's district attorney drops obstruction of justice charges against the city's police chief and the chief's top assistant in a case regarding the department's handling of a November street brawl. Eight other officers still face charges of conspiracy and assault. NPR's Richard Gonzales reports.

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