News Releases & Advisories

September 11, 2013: Van Nuys Doctor Sentenced in Sexual Battery Case

A Van Nuys gynecologist who pleaded to sexually assaulting a patient while examining her at a Northridge hospital was ordered today to register for life as a sex offender and to undergo a year of counseling, the District Attorney’s Office announced.

September 9, 2013: District Attorney Jackie Lacey Responds to Report on State’s Three Strikes Resentencing Law

District Attorney Jackie Lacey said today that her office has completed evaluations of approximately 40 percent of the 1,078 cases filed in Los Angeles County under Proposition 36, California’s recently revised Three Strikes Law.

September 6, 2013: Antelope Valley Brothers Charged with Murder in Child’s Shooting, Attempt Murders of Three Others

Prosecutors today filed murder charges against two brothers allegedly involved in a car-to-car shooting that lead to the death of a 7-year-old girl, the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office announced.

September 5, 2013: A Dozen School District Employees Indicted in Textbook Theft Case

District Attorney Jackie Lacey today announced that 13 people, including two librarians, a campus supervisor and a former warehouse manager, have been indicted for allegedly stealing thousands of new and used textbooks from four school districts in a massive scheme orchestrated by a Los Angeles book buyer.

September 3, 2013: San Gabriel Valley Man Charged in Mother’s Killing

A 43-year-old Hacienda Heights man accused of killing his mother appeared in court this afternoon, the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office announced.

September 3, 2013: Man Charged with Murder in Death of Woman who Fell from Moving Vehicle onto Freeway

Prosecutors today charged a 26-year-old North Hollywood man with murder in the death of a woman who allegedly fell from a moving vehicle last week onto the eastbound Foothill Freeway, the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office announced.

September 3, 2013: California Skateparks Agrees to Stop Unfair Competition in Public Works Bidding

A California company that designs and builds skateboard parks has agreed to settle an antitrust lawsuit alleging the company tried to unfairly win a city contract to build a skate park at Hansen Dam in the San Fernando Valley, the District Attorney’s Office announced today.

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