Jackie Lacey

County of Los Angeles

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District attorney for the County of Los Angeles

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LA County is home to the largest population of jail inmates in America. Its court system said today that it will enact extreme measures for courtrooms and trials over the next 60 days.

Public health is top priority during coronavirus pandemic, LA District Attorney Jackie Lacey says

LA County is home to the largest population of jail inmates in America. Its court system said today that it will enact extreme measures for courtrooms and trials over the next 60 days.

from Greater LA

LA District Attorney Jackie Lacey this week dismissed 66,000 marijuana-related convictions in the county.

‘Isn’t just a matter of waving a wand’: Jackie Lacey on weed conviction dismissals

LA District Attorney Jackie Lacey this week dismissed 66,000 marijuana-related convictions in the county.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

Jackie Lacey has been the District Attorney of Los Angeles County for six years. She’s seeking re-election next year.

LA District Attorney Jackie Lacey on her potential challenger, death penalty, and pot

Jackie Lacey has been the District Attorney of Los Angeles County for six years. She’s seeking re-election next year.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

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