Sharon Woo was probably the only person connected to last year’s scandal at the San Francisco crime lab to emerge with her reputation not just unscathed, but enhanced.

It was Woo who, as head of the district attorney’s narcotics team, sent a warning up the chain of command about the erratic behavior of lab tech Deborah Madden, who would later admit she’d been stealing drug evidence for personal use.

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