What Will It Take to Get Inmates Out of San Francisco's Aging Hall of Justice?

By Holly McDede, KALW/Crosscurrents

Since the early 1960s, a big chunk of San Francisco’s criminal justice system has been living inside the Hall of Justice. With its faulty elevators and occasional flooding, the building already has a bad reputation for employees who work there.

Then there are the people who have no choice but to live there.

Like the rest of the building, the jail on the top floor is seismically unsafe, and it’s known for wandering rats, peeling old paint and rusted out plumbing.

Read the complete story at KALW/Crosscurrents.