• Conviction Integrity Unit

    The Conviction Integrity Unit reviews and  investigates claims of innocence raised after a criminal conviction involving homicides, sex offenses and other violent crimes.

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  • Neighborhood Court-xc

    Neighborhood Court seeks to address nonviolent and low level crimes through community-based restorative solutions to swiftly redress the harm caused by these offenses outside of the traditional criminal justice system.

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  • Victim Services

    The DA’s Victim Services Program is dedicated to providing comprehensive services to victims of crime.  We are proud to provide information about the criminal justice system and ensure victims' rights are being met.

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  • ProsecuteCriminalsSlider

    Seeking and Doing Justice. The Yolo County District Attorney’s Office is responsible for the prosecution of all adult and juvenile felonies and misdemeanors committed throughout Yolo County.

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PRESS RELEASES

“Broderick Boy” Convicted of Attempted Murder and Gang Charges

West Sacramento man Michael Reyes faces life in prison Press Release (Woodland, CA) – August 3, 2015 – District Attorney Jeff Reisig announced that on August 3, 2015, a Yolo County jury found 25-year-old West Sacramento man Michael Anthony Reyes, Jr. guilty of Attempted Murder, Assault with a Semi-Automatic Firearm, Felon in Possession of a… Read More →

Parole Board Denies Release in ’92 Gang Slaying

Harold Rigsby shot and killed Pierre Fortier because he had disrespected the Broderick Boys Press Release (Woodland, CA) – July 24, 2015 – Yolo County District Attorney Jeff Reisig announced today that 38-year-old convicted murderer Harold Rigsby was denied release at a parole hearing on July 23, 2015 at RJ Donovan State Prison in San Diego,… Read More →

AARP Foundation Awards $40,000 Grant to Yolo County District Attorney’s Office

Press Release (Woodland, CA) – July 9th, 2015 – Yolo County District Attorney Jeff Reisig announced that on May 14, 2015 AARP Foundation awarded the Yolo County District Attorney’s office $40,000 to fund projects to assist elder citizens who are visually impaired. “Visually impaired” individuals have poor vision which cannot be corrected by standard glasses… Read More →