Los Angeles County’s top prosecutor Monday unveiled a newly-formed unit of the District Attorney’s office to identify innocent people behind bars.
Some of the biggest names in show business are teaming up to take on Hollywood’s treatment of aging actresses.
Los Angeles County’s top prosecutor spoke out Friday to defend how her office handles the investigation and criminal prosecution of police officers.
Members of the group “Black Lives Matter” met with Los Angeles County’s district attorney Friday to seek prosecution of two police officers who shot and killed Ezell Ford in August.
Los Angeles County District Attorney Jackie Lacey handed out gift cards to crime victims at a downtown Target Monday to help brighten their holidays.
Los Angeles County District Attorney Jackie Lacey’s work to help those with mental illness in the criminal justice system will be recognized by a national group this weekend.
More than 100 cyclists made their way from Calabasas to Los Angeles Wednesday evening to pay tribute to Milt Olin Jr., a prominent entertainment lawyer and former Napster executive who was killed while riding his bicycle in December.
District Attorney Jackie Lacey will be a keynote speaker Friday at a cyber-security conference aimed at long-range solutions on how to better track data thieves and secure key computer systems.
Even Jackie Lacey couldn’t prevent her mother from being targeted by con artists.
Davis has been twice previously recommended for parole — but rejected both times, once by Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger in June 2010 and by Gov. Jerry Brown last March.
District Attorney Jackie Lacey Wednesday announced a diversion program aimed at getting young victims of sex trafficking off the streets.
Drivers in Los Angeles County are being warned Monday about about scam artists who stage phony traffic collisions to collect insurance payouts.
Thirteen people, including 12 district employees, have been indicted for allegedly stealing thousands of textbooks — new and old — from four school districts.
City leaders are continuing to fight the conditional release of a convicted serial rapist into Los Angeles County later this year.
The California Supreme Court denied Los Angeles County’s appeal to stop the release of convicted serial rapist Christopher Hubbart, who law enforcement officials said is a significant threat to public safety.