SF prosecutor charged with suppressing evidence in murder case
Published on April 17, 2018 at 04:07AM by By Evan Sernoffsky
The State Bar of California has charged a top San Francisco homicide prosecutor with misconduct related to a 2013 murder case he tried while working for the Solano County District Attorney’s Office, officials said Monday.
Andrew Ganz, 40, was charged in State Bar court with six counts of misconduct, including intentionally suppressing evidence and violating the defendant’s constitutional rights. He has 25 days to respond to the State Bar’s notice of disciplinary charges. If found culpable, he could face discipline ranging from probation or suspension to disbarment.
Officials with the San Francisco District Attorney’s Office, where Ganz currently works, would not say if he was still prosecuting cases.