Inside LADA

February 7, 2019: Spotlight: Mental Health Division

Bolstering her efforts to help people living with mental illness in the criminal justice system, District Attorney Jackie Lacey created the Mental Health Division.Read more...

January 28, 2019: Envoys of Honor

For more than five years, the District Attorney’s Color Guard has served as office ambassadors at some of Southern California’s most solemn events.Read more...

January 25, 2019: Crooks Target Seniors with Blessing Scams

En Español

Seniors with deep religious or spiritual beliefs, particularly those in immigrant communities, should be aware of a hoax that exploits those ideas and can result in the loss of cash and valuables.Read more...

January 23, 2019: District Attorney Jackie Lacey Launches Mental Health Division to Bolster Innovative Justice Efforts

Los Angeles County District Attorney Jackie Lacey today announced an expansion of her office’s efforts to help people living with mental illness in the criminal justice system.Read more...

January 11, 2019: District Attorney Jackie Lacey Says Just Hang Up on Suspicious Calls

En Español

When an unknown caller asks for personal or financial information, just hang up.Read more...

December 20, 2018: Victims of Violent Crimes Receive Gifts Through LADA Holiday Giving Drive

Los Angeles County District Attorney investigators ventured out into Los Angeles County on Dec. 13 to deliver gifts to families and victims of homicide, domestic violence and assault as part of the office’s annual Holiday Giving Drive.Read more...

December 14, 2018: Scammers Try to Take Portion of Unclaimed Property

En Español

People with forgotten bank accounts or insurance policies should beware of fraudsters seeking to profit from their overlooked assets.Read more...

December 12, 2018: DA Jackie Lacey, LA City Attorney, Local Law Enforcement Officials Warn Public Against Drug-Impaired Driving

District Attorney Jackie Lacey joined Los Angeles City Attorney Mike Feuer, Sheriff Alex Villanueva, LAPD Commander Beverly Lewis and CHP Assistant Chief Omar Watson in a Dec. 10 news conference to warn residents about the consequences of driving under the influence of alcohol, marijuana and other drugs.Read more...

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