Contact Information

1355 West Street
Redding, CA 96001

Phone: (530) 245-6300
Fax: (530) 245-6334

Prosecuting Attorney Structure

Serious Offender Unit

Members of this unit prosecute the most serious crimes in Shasta County, including all homicides. These attorneys are generally the most experienced and skilled attorneys in the office. One member of this unit is designated as the "felony filing deputy" and is responsible for reviewing all requests from the local law enforcement agencies for the issuance of felony complaints, and for issuing all felony complaints in Shasta County.

Felony Home Court Teams

Felony Home Court #1

This team prosecutes felony cases including insurance fraud, worker's compensation fraud, child sexual assault, domestic violence, and other assault and theft cases. One attorney is assigned the task of conducting most of the preliminary hearings that are scheduled in the home court.

Felony Home Court #2

This team prosecutes nearly all drug related offenses, welfare fraud, and other assault and theft related offenses. One attorney is assigned to work exclusively with and prosecute cases generated by the Shasta Interagency Narcotics Task Force (SINTF). One prosecutor is assigned to prosecute major drug dealers. One attorney is assigned the task of conducting most of the preliminary hearings that are scheduled in the home court.

Juvenile Court

One prosecutor is assigned to file and prosecute all misdemeanor and felony juvenile criminal cases that occur in Shasta County. These cases are prosecuted in Juvenile Court.

Misdemeanor Team

This team, consisting of three Deputy D.A.'s and one supervising Senior Deputy D.A., prosecutes all misdemeanor offenses in Shasta County. These cases include drunk driving, trespass, disturbing the peace, petty theft, minor domestic violence cases, etc. These attorneys handle about 7,000 cases a year.

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