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 Launches HEAT Institute Summits

District Attorney Nancy E. O’Malley announced the launch and first Regional Information Summit of the HEAT Institute, a California research-based think-tank committed to ending all forms of human trafficking in California. Read more...

2015 Day of Remembrance

The Alameda County DA’s Office & Alameda County Family Justice Center are honoring those affected by domestic violence at the 13th Annual Day of Remembrance. Read more...

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...

Current news & events XML

People v Meghan Anne Zato

On November 13, 2015, Defendant Meghan Anne Zato was found guilty of assault with a deadly weapon causing brain injury to victim James Roda, two counts of driving under the influence of alcohol resulting in the personal infliction of great bodily injury causing coma, as well as an additional count of hit and run. Read more...

People v Leondre Paige

On November 12, 2015, Defendant Leondre Paige was found guilty as charged by a jury of first degree murder with enhancements for the 2011 killing of Daniel Bradford. His co-defendant, Dante Clifton Burch Jnr, pled guilty to murder in October 2015.

People v Robert Grandville Kelso

A jury found Robert Grandville Kelso guilty of attempted contacting a minor with intent to commit sex crime, of attempted sending harmful matter to a minor and of attempted arranging sexual meeting with a minor. Read more...

People v Manuel Trujillo and Mohammed Zarin Khan

Defendants Manuel Trujillo and Mohammed Zarin Kahn were convicted of first degree murder for the killing of Francisco Lopez in February 2010. The jury also returned guilty verdicts for the attempted voluntary manslaughter of Fernando Lopez. Read more...

BMT Security Defendants Sentenced

Dahood Bey and Rory Parker were sentenced, following their October 7, 2015, guilty pleas to multiple felony counts including grand theft, filing false documents, tax evasion and conspiracy. Their codefendants, Dahood Bey’s wives Jameelah Bey and Qadirah Bey, along with Basheer Muhammad, Billie Poindexter and Ira Dickerson, all entered no contest pleas in this case at earlier court appearances and are expected to be sentenced next month. Read more...

People v Ali Asghar Kimia

Defendant Ali Asghar Kimia was convicted of attempted murder, carjacking, robbery, elder abuse, and assault with a deadly weapon along with various clauses for great bodily injury, personal use of a deadly weapon, and vulnerable victim. During the sanity phase of the trial, the jury determined that Defendant Kimia was sane at the time that he committed these crimes. Read more...

People v Robert Drawn

A jury found Defendant Robert Drawn guilty of the first degree murder of Waleed Wheatfall (with enhancements), attempted murder of Kennith Robinson (also with enhancements), unlawful assault with a weapon, and two counts of possession of a firearm by a felon.

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...

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