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 Unveils Anti-Trafficking Billboard Campaign

The new campaign encourages the public to recognize human trafficking is a significant issue in communities throughout the Bay Area. Read more…

'Did You Know...?' - Issue 1 is here!

The first edition of our new look 'Did You Know...?' newsletter for 2018 is here.
Find out what has been happening at the DA's Office here. Read more...

DA Receives Anti-Trafficking Award

DA Nancy O'Malley was honored with the Modern-Day Abolitionist in Leadership Award from the San Francisco Collaborative Against Human Trafficking. Read more...

Current news & events XML

DA O'Malley Announces Settlement with Costco and SF Gourmet Coffee Over Misleading and Untrue Claims

Alameda County District Attorney Nancy E. O’Malley announced today that her office, with 24 other District Attorney’s Offices in California, settled a consumer protection action against Costco Wholesale, and JBR, Inc., that does business as San Francisco Bay Gourmet Coffee and the Rogers Family Company. The settlement was based on allegations that the companies sold plastic coffee pods, labeled with untrue and misleading marketing claims, including statements related to biodegradability and compostability. Read more...

DA O'Malley Announces $27.84M Settlement with Home Depot

Alameda County District Attorney Nancy E. O’Malley, California Attorney General Xavier Becerra, and eight other prosecutor’s offices throughout the state, announced today a settlement with Home Depot of $27.84 million for unlawfully disposing of hazardous wastes, and discarding records without rendering private customer information unreadable. Read more...

DA O'Malley Announces Outcome of Environmental Protection Lawsuit

A judge has ordered more than $2 million in civil penalties to be paid by the operators of 57 dealerships and collision centers in California belonging to AutoNation, the country’s largest retailer of new automobiles. The fines are part of a $3.38 million settlement of a lawsuit filed in Santa Clara County Superior Court by DA Nancy O’Malley and seven other California District Attorneys. Read more...

DA O’Malley’s Ongoing Efforts & Policy Regarding Dismissal of Cannabis-Related Criminal Convictions

Alameda County District Attorney Nancy E. O’Malley discusses the ongoing efforts and policy regarding dismissal of cannabis-related criminal convictions. Read more...

DA O’Malley Calls for Artists to Collaborate in Project Creating Art out of Dismantled Firearms

Alameda County District Attorney Nancy E. O’Malley, in partnership with The Robby Poblete Foundation, is proud to announce a groundbreaking new project entitled “The Art of Peace - Alameda County.” This collaborative effort will engage local artists to create three dimensional art pieces out of the remains of dismantled firearms. Read more...

People v James Evans Lightner

A jury found Defendant James Evans Lightner guilty of three counts of forcible rape and two counts of forcible oral copulation. Read more...

SCAM ALERT : Residents Urged to Be Aware of Unsolicited Contacts By Scammers Offering Computer Protection

The Alameda County District Attorney’s Office is urging local residents to be aware of a computer-based scam in which consumers are contacted by people posing as technicians from established computer or software companies. Read more...

DA's Office Partners with Legislator to Help the Environment & Victims of DV

The Alameda County District Attorney's Office, under the leadership of District Attorney Nancy O'Malley, has partnered with Assemblymember Bill Quirk (D-Hayward) to introduce two important bills into the legislature that helps the environment as well as victims of domestic violence. Read more...

People v Kalvin N Craven

A jury convicted defendant Kalvin N Craven of four counts of robbery with the additional enhancement that he personally used a firearm. Read more...

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