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Public Corruption And Civil Rights Section

Brandon Fox, Chief of Public Corruption and Civil Rights

Brandon Fox was an undergraduate at the University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign and graduated from the DePaul University College of Law.  Brandon has served as an Assistant United States Attorney for twelve years.  Prior to joining our Office, Brandon was an AUSA in the Northern District of Illinois, where he served as Deputy Chief of its Public Corruption and Organized Crime, Financial Crimes, and General Crimes Sections.  In 2012, Brandon joined our Office and was named Deputy Chief of our Public Corruption and Civil Rights Section shortly thereafter.  Between the two offices, Brandon has successfully prosecuted many significant cases, including those charging Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department officials with obstruction of justice and civil rights violations and others charging city, county, and federal officials with bribery and fraud.  Before becoming an Assistant United States Attorney, Brandon served as a law clerk for the Honorable Amy J. St. Eve in the Northern District of Illinois

The United States Attorney's Office
Central District of California
Criminal Division
Attn: Public Corruption and Civil Rights Section
312 North Spring Street
Los Angeles, California 90012

Updated November 3, 2015