Twenty years ago today, a jury returned a manslaughter verdict against Dan White in a double homicide case that shook San Francisco to its civic core and reshaped part of California’s legal landscape.

The jury’s finding triggered riots in the streets, but also spilled over into the courtroom and the Legislature, where rules were revised to restrict defense tactics.

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