Under increased scrutiny of law enforcement, Sheriff Robert Doyle has agreed to stop handing inmates over to Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents in the private booking area of the Marin County Jail starting Aug. 15. The county office will still notify the federal agency when inmates who are convicted or charged with serious or violent crimes are released, allowing . . .

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