Inside LADA

March 13, 2020: Fraud Alert: Fraudsters Scam the Public Amid Coronavirus Outbreak

En Español

The growing coronavirus pandemic has people looking online for prevention tips. But beware of scammers who are posting fake information about treatments and local outbreaks. Read more...

March 3, 2020: Volunteers Bring Enthusiasm, Skills to LADA

A dedicated aide in the Glendale Area Office and a law school student who assisted with some of the office’s most high-profile prosecutions have been named LADA’s Volunteers of the Year. Read more...

March 2, 2020: District Attorney Jackie Lacey Addresses Incident at Her Home

District Attorney Jackie Lacey addresses incident at her home.Read more...

February 28, 2020: Hang Up on Social Security Scammers

En Español

If you receive a call from the Social Security Administration indicating that your social security number has been suspended or compromised, hang up! It’s a ploy.Read more...

February 25, 2020: New Convictions Follow Exoneration in a 1996 Compton Shooting

District Attorney Jackie Lacey’s Conviction Review Unit not only exonerated an innocent man but also helped bring the real culprits to justice.Read more...

February 20, 2020: District Attorney Jackie Lacey Announces Historic $18.8 Million Settlement with Time Warner Cable Over Internet Speeds

Los Angeles County District Attorney Jackie Lacey today (Feb. 20) announced a historic $18.8 million settlement with Time Warner Cable LLC on behalf of more than 170,000 consumers throughout California who paid for internet speeds they did not receive. Read more...

February 14, 2020: Beware of Bogus Deliveries and Unwanted Costs

An unexpected gift on Valentine’s Day might seem like a nice way to your heart, but these deliveries may also give scammers a direct route to your credit card.Read more...

February 13, 2020: District Attorney and Code for America Announce Dismissals of 66,000 Marijuana Convictions

Los Angeles County District Attorney Jackie Lacey and Code for America today (Feb. 13) announced that nearly 66,000 marijuana convictions eligible for relief under Proposition 64 will be dismissed as part of their cutting-edge partnership. Read more...

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