Carmen Trutanich

Los Angeles City Attorney

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Los Angeles City Attorney; Senior partner in the private law practice of Trutanich-Michel; former Deputy District Attorney in Los Angeles County

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Feuer and Trutanich, Candidates for LA City Attorney

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The  Los Angeles City Attorney  defends the city against civil lawsuits and prosecutes misdemeanor offenses.  He or she provides legal counsel to the mayor, the city council and…

Three Candidates for LA City Attorney

The Los Angeles City Attorney defends the city against civil lawsuits and prosecutes misdemeanor offenses.  He or she provides legal counsel to the mayor, the city council and…

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Los Angeles City Attorney Carmen Trutanich has filed a second lawsuit against a major bank for consequences of the foreclosure crisis.

Banks Pay for Blight Caused by Foreclosures?

Los Angeles City Attorney Carmen Trutanich has filed a second lawsuit against a major bank for consequences of the foreclosure crisis.

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