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

Meet DA Nancy E. O'Malley

January 2018

DA’s Office Partners with Asm Quirk to Help the Environment and Victims of DV Jan 31, 2018

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:

AB 1973: clarifies that emergency medical service workers are mandated reporters.
AB 1980: extends the statute of limitations for the prosecution of violations of the Aboveground Petroleum Storage Act.

The two bills were authored by Asm Quirk and sponsored by the Alameda County DA's Office.

"AB 1973 makes clear that emergency medical service workers are mandated reporters for domestic violence. This clarification will enable and empower these first responders make a report, a proactive step vital to preventing further abuse and escalating violence. I believe this bill will save lives," said DA O'Malley.

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DA O’Malley Recieves Modern-Day Abolitionist Award Jan 11, 2018

Alameda County DA Nancy O’Malley today received the Modern-Day Abolitionist Award for Leadership from the San Francisco Collaborative Against Human Trafficking (SFCAHT). She was presented with the plaque by Benita Hopkins, chair of SFCAHT and program Director at Generations United, at an awards ceremony at San Francisco City Hall.

“I wish to thank the San Francisco Collaborative Against Human Trafficking for this tremendous honor. The organization does a phenomenal job uniting people from all over the Bay Area to fight human trafficking in our communities, and it was so heartening today to see so many people in the room who are all focused on this issue,” DA Nancy O’Malley said.

L-R: SFCAHT Coordinator Antonia Lavine, DA Nancy O'Malley, and SFCAHT Chair Benita Hopkins.

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Statement from DA O’Malley on Charges Filed Against Mohammed Abraar Ali Jan 2, 2018

“This morning, my office filed a criminal complaint against Mohammed Abraar Ali alleging a violation of penal code section 187, murder, with a special allegation of great bodily injury. The complaint also alleged additional felony charges with special allegations including driving under the influence, driving and causing injury with a blood alcohol content over 0.08%, driving under the influence of drugs and alcohol causing injury, and an infraction for speeding greater than 100 miles per hour," said Alameda County District Attorney Nancy E. O'Malley.

“We extend our very deep sympathies to the family of Officer Camilleri, to his friends, and his CHP family. We also hope for a speedy and full recovery of Officer Velazquez.

"As with all victims of crime, and those who have lost a family member because of crime, the Victim-Witness Division of my office will provide services to the family of Officer Camilleri as well as Officer Vasquez, and we will provide support, resources, and assistance as they need, and as we can.

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