- Helping Victims
- Community Relations
- Early Prison Releases
- Police Use of Force
Services & Information
District Attorney Anne Marie Schubert leads a team of more than 400 dedicated professionals. The Sacramento County District Attorney’s Office is the largest law firm in the Sacramento region, consisting of a number of bureaus, divisions, special units and community programs. View organizational chart.
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Dedicated courts are created for certain types of offenders and vulnerable populations that have unique needs and circumstances, such as veterans and the homeless. These alternative courts reduce trauma on victims and provide offenders with services, such as mental health and drug or alcohol treatment, rather than jail time. Learn More
The Justice, Training and Ethics Unit (JTE) is dedicated to ensuring our pursuit of justice is carried out with the highest level of integrity. Learn More
The Sacramento District Attorney’s Crime Lab provides forensic services to all law enforcement agencies operating in Sacramento County. The laboratory is divided into four technical units: Chemistry, Criminalistics, Biology and Toxicology. Learn More
The Sacramento District Attorney’s Office prosecutes felony and misdemeanor criminal cases referred to them by all the law enforcement agencies operating in Sacramento County. Attorneys are assigned to units specializing in each type of criminal case. Learn More
Forms & Applications
The Sacramento District Attorney’s Office provides online opportunities to report child abduction concerns, report fraud, request victim notification and apply for community programs. Learn More
The Bureau of Investigation is comprised of criminal investigators, investigative assistants, process servers, clerical staff and investigative interns. The bureau provides investigative support to the prosecution teams. Learn More
The Sacramento District Attorney’s Office also handles cases involving Consumer and Environmental Protection, Child Abduction, Insurance Fraud, Real Estate Fraud, Mental Health Litigation, financial crimes, political corruption, public official misconduct and election fraud. Learn More