Marin supervisors and residents expressed support last week for oversight of the sheriff’s office under a new bill that lets counties establish a civilian committee to hear complaints, issue subpoenas, investigate the sheriff and publish findings.

At a forum hosted by the county’s Human Rights Commission, every speaker except for Sheriff Robert Doyle spoke in . . .

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