Our Office is currently hiring prosecutors (fixed term) - deadline to apply is September 27.
Applicants are eligible to apply for this position if they are licensed to practice law in this state by the State Bar of California, or they have taken the most recent bar exam administered by the State Bar of California and are currently awaiting the results of that bar exam, or if they have passed the California State Bar exam and are currently awaiting certification from the State Bar of California regarding their eligibility to practice law in this state.
You must attach a copy of "The State Bar of California Office of Admissions" Letter if you do not have a CA State Bar Association number. Provide proof of an active membership to the California State Bar Association via email to email@example.com by 5:00 p.m. on Monday, November 25, 2019.
San Pablo Police received information of sexual abuse of a 3-year-old child after the victim reported the conduct to a family member. In turn, San Pablo Police Detectives were called and an investigation ensued. Read more...
Contra Costa County District Attorney, Diana Becton, announced today that a Human Trafficking Hotline has been established to take reports of forced or coerced commercial sex and labor. Read more...
District Attorney Diana Becton is proud to join Antioch Councilmember Monica Wilson, the Antioch Police Department, and other community organizations, in hosting East County’s third Human Trafficking “Day of Action” on September 19, 2019. Read more...
Welcome to the District Attorney Office’s website and thank you for visiting. I want to underscore that our Office is here to serve you. We are all committed to protecting the public’s safety and providing assistance to those harmed by violence. We continue to find ways to modernize our Office as we focus on the community’s needs to ensure Contra Costa County remains a safe and welcoming place to live and work.
Diana Becton, District Attorney