Corrections for the Week of September 24, 2014 

Withheld evidence in a police arbitration case.

Our September 17 cover story, "Why Oakland Can't Fire Bad Cops," misstated when the City of Oakland had withheld exculpatory evidence in the case of police Officer Bryan Franks. It was when the Franks' case was still in its disciplinary stage and not yet had reached arbitration. Also, the story misstated the month in which the city hired attorney Stephen Roberts in the arbitration case of police Officer Robert Roche. It was February 2014, not March 2014.



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