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Due to COVID-19 the District Attorney’s Office lobby is closed until further notice.  However, staff is still working so you can call 805-781-5800 for assistance.  If you are experiencing an emergency call 9-1-1.  For public health information go to ReadySLO.org.

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Message from the District Attorney  Click to view article, A Message from the District Attorney

A Message from the District Attorney

District Attorney Dan Dow issues a statement regarding the Kristin Smart investigation.

National Crime Victims' Rights Week April 18-24, 2021 Click to view article, April is Crime Victims' Rights Awareness month in San Luis Obispo County

April is Crime Victims' Rights Awareness month in San Luis Obispo County

SLO County DA’s Office and the Cal Poly Cybersecurity Institute team up to provide information and resources to the community in April.

Alfonso Alarcon-Nunez (DOB 4/22/1978) Booking photo 11/7/2018 Click to view article, Jury convicts Uber driver Alfonso Alarcon-Nunez of sexual crimes and burglary

Jury convicts Uber driver Alfonso Alarcon-Nunez of sexual crimes and burglary

Shortly before 5:00pm, a San Luis Obispo County jury returned guilty verdicts on all 13 counts including sexual crimes and burglary involving five female victims, including four college students, from San Luis Obispo.

Booking Photo: Chelsea A. Stiles, DOB 09-09-1993 Click to view article, Chelsea A. Stiles sentenced to 15 years and 8 months in prison for vehicular homicide and other felony offenses

Chelsea A. Stiles sentenced to 15 years and 8 months in prison for vehicular homicide and other felony offenses

Chelsea A. Stiles (27) has been ordered to serve 15 years and eight months in state prison for her conviction of multiple offenses including gross vehicular manslaughter while intoxicated, which resulted in the death of Terry Tilton (72) of San Luis Obispo.

Joy Noel Wilde (DOB 4/16/1978) Booking photo 10/02/2019) Click to view article, Atascadero Bookkeeper Joy Wilde Sentenced to 10 years and 4 months in Prison for Embezzlement

Atascadero Bookkeeper Joy Wilde Sentenced to 10 years and 4 months in Prison for Embezzlement

District Attorney Dan Dow announced today that Joy Wilde (DOB 04/16/1978) has been sentenced to serve 10 years and four months in state prison following her plea of no-contest to 18 counts of embezzlement, two counts of forgery and one count of attempted embezzlement.

Message from District Attorney Dan Dow Click to view article, District Attorney Dow urges Senate Public Safety Committee to reject reducing unarmed robbery to misdemeanor

District Attorney Dow urges Senate Public Safety Committee to reject reducing unarmed robbery to misdemeanor

Today, District Attorney Dan Dow sent a letter to the California Senate Public Safety Committee in opposition to SB 82 that will reduce the violent felony of unarmed robbery to a misdemeanor with a maximum punishment of six months actual custody in a county jail.

Lucion Lee Edward Banks (DOB 03/29/1983) Booking photo taken 10/05/2018 Click to view article, Jury Convicts Lucion Lee Edward Banks for human trafficking of 14-year-old in San Luis Obispo County

Jury Convicts Lucion Lee Edward Banks for human trafficking of 14-year-old in San Luis Obispo County

A San Luis Obispo County jury has returned a unanimous guilty verdict convicting Lucion Lee Edward Banks (37) of human trafficking a 14-year-old female victim in 2018 in San Luis Obispo, District Attorney Dan Dow announced today.

Statement Regarding Today's Appellate Court Order Click to view article, Statement Regarding Today's Appellate Court Order

Statement Regarding Today's Appellate Court Order

Today, the 2nd District Court of Appeal ordered that the San Luis Obispo County Superior Court Appellate Division (a panel of three Superior Court Judges) will hear the Attorney General's and District Attorney's appeals of Judge Matthew Guerrero's earlier recusal decision.