While Anne Marie Schubert may be best known for the successful investigation, arrest and conviction of the Golden State Killer, she has made a career of protecting kids from sexual predators and human trafficking and making sure violent criminals are held accountable for their crimes.
Schubert’s 30 years of experience as one of the nation’s most respected and effective prosecutors makes her the best and most qualified choice to be California’s next Attorney General.
District Attorney of Sacramento County
As District Attorney, Anne Marie Schubert has successfully put some of the state’s most notorious and violent criminals behind bars, including murderers, rapists and child molesters. She has aggressively prosecuted major corporations for practices that harm the environment and has worked to get illegal firearms off the streets.
Deputy District Attorney – Sacramento County, Solano County and Contra Costa County
National Expert on DNA and Cold Case Prosecutions
International Instructor on Investigative Genetic Genealogy
Peace Officer Standards and Training Instructor – Child Abuse, Sexual Assault, Homicide and Cold Case Investigations
2020 Golden State Killer Convicted
2020 Established and Led Investigation of $30 billion unemployment fraud scandal
2020 Champion of Kids Award, Fight Crime: Invest in Kids
2019 – DNA Hit of the Year
2018 Golden State Killer Arrest – first use of Genetic Genealogy
2018 District Attorney of the Year – Public Safety Guardian Award