• Michaels named assistant district attorney

    Annie Michaels, who has overseen environmental and consumer fraud cases for the Monterey County District Attorney’s Office, has been promoted to assistant district attorney. Michaels received her undergraduate degrees from Simmons College in Boston. She received her juris doctorate degree from Golden Gate University School of Law in San Francisco and was admitted to the California State Bar in 1988.
    She joined the Monterey County District Attorney’s Office in 2006, and prosecuted high profile cases including William Jay Zubick, who pled guilty to 11 felony counts of stealing and laundering more than $16 million.

    She worked with the U.S Attorney.’s Office to prosecute David A. Nilsen in the fall of Cedar Funding, a Monterey-based hard money lender.

    District Attorney Flippo stated that “Ms. Michaels is an extremely dedicated and professional prosecutor with an inexhaustible work ethic.” She will join the two current assistant district attorneys, Berkley Brannon and Stephanie Hulsey.

    posted to Cedar Street Times on August 2, 2013

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