Alameda County District Attorney's Office
Nancy E. O'Malley, District Attorney

Meet DA Nancy E. O'Malley

The Alameda County
District Attorney's Office

is dedicated to serving our community through the ethical prosecution of criminal offenses and the vigorous protection of victims' rights.

DA O'Malley Helps Launch New Initiative

DA Nancy O'Malley joined forces with two non-profits to help launch '10 Deep Breaths', designed to help students foster positive online relationships, and build digital environments based on kindness and respect. Read more...

Alameda County Wins Award for

HEAT Watch Anti-Trafficking Outreach

Alameda County and the DA’s Office was proud to receive the 2015 Savvy Silver Circle Award for our HEAT Watch community outreach efforts. Read more...

Celebrating Our Local Communities at
National Night Out

The Alameda County DA’s Office participated in the National Night Out, an event designed to introduce neighbors and foster community spirit. Read more...

Current news & events XML

People v Hien Phuoc Nguyen

Defendant Hien Phouc Nguyen was found guilty of felony transportation of marijuana, driving with a suspended license, and simple possession of marijuana. Read more...

Latest issue of our newsletter now available

The latest installment of our 'Did You Know...?' newsletter is hot off the press. Find out more about what's happening in the DA's Office and our recent felony verdicts here.

People v Deandre Dixon and Omouri Forrest-Edwards

Defendants Deandre “Lil’ D” Dixon and Omouri “Beastie” Forrest-Edwards were convicted of the March 2010 murder of Mohamed Diop. The jury set the murder degree at first degree for Dixon and second degree for Forrest-Edwards and found various firearms clauses to be true. Read more...

People v Spencer Freeman Smith

Defendant Spencer Freeman Smith pled guilty as charged to felony hit-and-run and misdemeanor vehicular manslaughter for hitting and killing a bicyclist in Dublin in 2012. On 25 September, 2015, the judge imposed the sentence of five years of felony probation, one year county jail (1 month in custody, 11 months electronic monitoring), and other standard terms of probation. Read more...

People v Damari Mathews

A judge sentenced defendant Damari Mathews to 13 years state prison for second degree robbery, possession of a firearm by a felon with priors and carrying a loaded firearm on one's person within a city. Read more...

Alameda County Wins Award for HEAT Watch Anti-Trafficking Outreach

The County of Alameda and the Alameda County District Attorney’s Office are proud to receive the 2015 Savvy Silver Circle Award for the outstanding community outreach component of the DA’s Office’s HEAT (Human Exploitation And Trafficking) Watch program. Read more...

People v Christian Birdsall

A judge sentenced defendant Christian Birdsall (AKA Christian Birdsall-Hernandez) to life without the possibility of parole for the first degree murder of 58-year-old Barbara Latiolais and special circumstances of committing the murder while lying in wait, committing burglary, and committing robbery. He was also additionally convicted of arson. Read more...

Alameda DA's Office Awarded $835,000 by Manhattan DA to Eliminate Backlog

Alameda County District Attorney Nancy E. O’Malley today announced that her office is the recipient of an award dedicated to the testing of backlogged and untested sexual assault forensic evidence kits (SAKs). Read more...

People v Joel Perry

A jury found defendant Joel Perry guilty as charged of first degree murder, attempted murder, two counts of attempted second degree robbery, and three counts of assault with an assault weapon. All counts included gun use and gang enhancements. Read more...

People v Ashon Tryan Olivegoffner

Defendant Ashon Tryan Olivegoffner was found guilty of forcible rape, corporal injury to a partner, sexual penetration by foreign object, second degree robbery, and false imprisonment by violence. Read more...

DA’s Office Secures Restitution for Victim of Dentist’s Illegal Business Practice

Our Consumer, Environmental and Worker Protection Division has settled a civil law enforcement action against Livermore Dentist Dr. Rakhibahen Tejas (Rakhi) Jani, owner of Smiles Unlimited in Livermore, CA, for illegal business practices. Read more...

People v Roy Jones (AKA Stan Jones)

Defendant Roy Jones (AKA Stan Jones) was found guilty of 16 of 17 charged counts, which included Torture, Kidnapping for Extortion, Assault with a Deadly Weapon, False Imprisonment, and Child Abuse. On August 20, 2015, defendant Jones was sentenced to 31 years 4 months to Life in state prison. Read more...

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