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SF DA announces new name, pronoun policy for trans and nonbinary people

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Staff at the San Francisco District Attorney's office will be required to ask, and then use, the correct names, pronouns, and titles for transgender and nonbinary crime victims, witnesses, and the accused, according to a new policy announced June 30.

The policy, effective Wednesday, will also allow charging documents to be amended to use their preferred names if the person accused of a crime requests it, though "legal names will also continue to be listed secondarily on all charging documents for the purposes of criminal record-keeping." At an afternoon news conference — held after a Pride party at District Attorney Chesa Boudin's office in the Potrero Hill neighborhood — the city's chief law enforcement officer said that it is the first

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