The Los Angeles County
District Attorney is the lawyer for the people,
a nonpartisan official who is elected every four years.
The District Attorney’s
Office prosecutes felony crimes
throughout Los Angeles County.
Deputy district attorneys also prosecute misdemeanor crimes
in unincorporated areas and in 78
of the county’s 88 cities.
The office employs roughly
1,000 deputy district attorneys, nearly 300 investigators
and about 800 support personnel, comprising the largest
local prosecutorial agency in the nation.
Lacey was sworn in as Los Angeles County District
Attorney on Dec. 3, 2012. To learn more about the District
Attorney’s Office, we invite you to explore our website.
For more information, see our
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