Inside LADA

May 10, 2019: Don’t Get Scammed Out of Your Home

En Español

Beware of criminals attempting to take your home right out from under you.Read more...

April 26, 2019: Don’t Be Fooled into Clicking on Fake Computer Virus Alerts

En Español

Clicking on a pop-up window warning about computer virus threats could have the opposite effect for those who aren’t careful.Read more...

April 24, 2019: Consumer Fraud Summit Spreads Awareness

Anyone can become a victim of fraud.Read more...

April 15, 2019: Clearing Cannabis Convictions

District Attorney Jackie Lacey announced an innovative partnership with Code for America to clear or reduce as many as 50,000 cannabis convictions in Los Angeles County.Read more...

April 12, 2019: Fake Event Tickets Can Leave Victims Stuck Outside

En Español

You’ve got your bandana, big sunglasses and even bigger hat, but they won’t do you much good if your music festival tickets turn out to be fake.Read more...

April 10, 2019: What Does the District Attorney Do?

En Español

The Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office was established on Feb. 27, 1850. There have been 42 District Attorneys who have served the county, starting with William C. Ferrell. Ever wonder what the Los Angeles County District Attorney does? Watch this video to learn how LADA works to prosecute cases and keep the community safe.Read more...

April 1, 2019: Los Angeles, San Joaquin County District Attorneys Announce Code for America Partnership to Reduce, Clear Cannabis Convictions

District Attorneys Jackie Lacey of Los Angeles County and Tori Verber Salazar of San Joaquin County joined with Code for America today to announce a cutting-edge, criminal justice reform partnership to automatically clear more than 50,000 eligible cannabis convictions under Proposition 64.Read more...

March 22, 2019: Businesses Should Beware of Emails Compromising Accounts

En Español

A dutiful employee may be duped into making false payments that can hurt a business’s bottom line.
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