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.

Issue 1 of our Newsletter is here!

Read all about what’s happening in the DA’s office, including Human Trafficking Awareness Month, conviction in an immigration scam, felony verdicts and more. Read more…

January is Human Trafficking Awareness Month

January is designated as National Human Trafficking Awareness Month. The Alameda County District Attorney’s Office is at the forefront on a local, state-wide and national level in its comprehensive response to this epidemic. Read more...

DA Announces Housing for Victims of Trafficking

DA Nancy O'Malley, joined by Bishop Michael C. Barber and Chuck Fernandez, CEO of Catholic Charities of the East Bay, announced a new initiative to create homes for child victims of sexual exploitation and trafficking. Read more...

Current news & events XML

Felony Conviction Secured in Immigration Fraud Case

District Attorney Nancy O’Malley announced the felony grand theft conviction of Defendant Vosgan Mekhitarian in an immigration fraud case. Defendant Mekhitarian pled no contest to felony grand theft after paying the full amount of restitution (over $50,000) to his victims. Read more...

DA’s Office Settles Consumer Protection Action Against Nabisco Ginger Snaps

DA Nancy E. O’Malley announced a joint settlement in a consumer protection action against Mondelēz International, Inc., the maker of Nabisco Ginger Snap cookies. The complaint alleged that Mondelēz (formerly Kraft Foods) marketed and sold Nabisco Ginger Snap cookies that contained lead in amounts that exceeded the warning limits for lead exposure in California. Read more...

People v Samuel Asa Wynn and Lewis Asa Wynn

Defendant Samuel Asa Wynn and Defendant Lewis Asa Wynn were found guilty by a jury of kidnapping and human trafficking. Read more...

People v Samuel E. Archuleta

A jury found Defendant Samuel E. Archuleta guilty of rape by force. Read more...

Latest issue of our 'Did You Know...?' Newsletter is out!

Find out what we have been doing recently in the final installment of our newsletter for 2015.


People v Prince Franklin Tsetse

A jury found Defendant Prince Franklin Tsetse guilty of first degree murder of victim Kimberly Robertson, with special circumstances for murder in the commission of rape. Read more...

People v Gregory Hall

A jury found Defendant Gregory Hall guilty of first degree murder with enhancements for the 2012 killing of 67-year-old victim Michael Bradley. Read more...

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