In August 1975, I began my legal career as a deputy attorney general in the Criminal Division of the California Department of Justice (DOJ). Over the next 10 years, I successfully briefed and argued over 300 cases in the California Courts of Appeal and the Supreme Court of California. I also prosecuted criminal defendants in many of the municipal and superior courts throughout the state. I was later appointed as a senior assistant attorney general to lead the Criminal Division in the San Francisco office of the DOJ. With a change in administration, I later transferred to the Civil Division of the DOJ.
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