• Between distanced learning, social media apps and cyber predators, parents have a lot to keep in mind when it comes to keep their kids safe online. Senior Deputy District Attorney Andy Pulver recently discussed the best ways to protect your children from those who look to take advantage of them during a virtual presentation hosted by the Beaverton City Library. 

  • Senior Deputy District Attorney Gina Skinner gives a community presentation on the subject of domestic violence to the Kiwanis Club of Cedar Hills in early February. DDA Skinner supervises the Domestic Violence Unit, a team of prosecutors and victim advocates who work exclusively on cases involving domestic violence. She speaks about what domestic violence is, the warning signs to watch for, and how we are working to prosecute these crimes to protect the victims involved.

  • Your Day in Court
    April 08, 2020

    Every year, the Washington County District Attorney's Office serves approximately 11,700 crime victims and thousands of witnesses from our community.  Often, coming to court can be an uncomfortable and unfamiliar experience.  Helping to ensure this experience goes as smoothly as possible is an important way of ensuring everyone in our community has access to our justice system.  With that in mind, we are proud to share the video above to help give people an idea of what to expect when they come to court.