Jackie Lacey

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District attorney for the County of Los Angeles

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LA County District Attorney Jackie Lacey is running unopposed this year. She talks to Warren Olney about her last four years and what's ahead.

LA County's DA Speaks Out

LA County District Attorney Jackie Lacey is running unopposed this year. She talks to Warren Olney about her last four years and what's ahead.

from Olney in L.A.

L.A. County’s jails are so crowded with mentally ill inmates, it’s become a crisis. In a new report out today, L.A.

Can Mental Health Treatment Help Solve the Overcrowding Crisis at L.A. County Jails?

L.A. County’s jails are so crowded with mentally ill inmates, it’s become a crisis. In a new report out today, L.A.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

Since the advent of DNA testing in the 1980's, US courts have come to recognize that wrongful convictions are all too common.

New Wrongful Conviction Unit Unveiled at DA's Office

Since the advent of DNA testing in the 1980's, US courts have come to recognize that wrongful convictions are all too common.

from Which Way, L.A.?

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