Robert Mann, right, stands with civil rights attorney John Burris, left, and his sister, Deborah Mann, while talking about his brother, Joseph. The two officers who shot Joseph Mann last summer are no longer with the Sacramento Police Department.
Robert Mann, right, stands with civil rights attorney John Burris, left, and his sister, Deborah Mann, while talking about his brother, Joseph. The two officers who shot Joseph Mann last summer are no longer with the Sacramento Police Department. Randy Pench rpench@sacbee.com
Robert Mann, right, stands with civil rights attorney John Burris, left, and his sister, Deborah Mann, while talking about his brother, Joseph. The two officers who shot Joseph Mann last summer are no longer with the Sacramento Police Department. Randy Pench rpench@sacbee.com

How rebuilding trust between police, public is really up to California’s Legislature

October 30, 2017 05:15 AM

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