Long Beach City Prosecutor-Elect Doug Haubert names advisory team to assist with transition
2010-07-08 · By Editor
Long Beach City Prosecutor-Elect Doug Haubert announced today his advisory transition team, consisting of Long Beach residents and legal experts. The team includes:
- Long Beach Deputy City Attorney Randall Fudge. Mr. Fudge has over 15 years experience as a criminal prosecutor and civil litigator for the City of Long Beach, and is an expert on enforcement of public nuisance laws.
- Former Long Beach Assistant City Prosecutor Sharon Panian. Ms. Panian, a career prosecutor, headed up the City Prosecutor’s Domestic Violence Prosecution Unit until her retirement in 2009.
- Long Beach City Auditor Laura Doud. City Auditor Doud, a Certified Fraud
Examiner and CPA, is an expert on the city budget process. She has served as the elected fiscal watchdog for the city since assuming office in 2006.
- Los Angeles County Deputy District Attorney Andrea Davalos. Prosecutor
Davalos has 11 years criminal prosecuting experience, previously as a Deputy City Prosecutor for Long Beach, and now has a Deputy DA handling felonies and gang cases.
- Long Beach Attorney Douglas Otto. Mr. Otto, one of Long Beach’s most respected attorneys, has practiced law in Long Beach for over 30 years, and has served on the city’s Ethics Task Force (along with City Prosecutor-Elect Haubert), Planning Commission, and 2010 Strategic Planning Committee.
City Prosecutor-Elect Doug Haubert won election in the city’s primary and will be sworn into office July 20th. He ran on his experience as a proven prosecutor and earned the endorsement of Los Angeles County Sheriff Lee Baca, local community leaders (both Republican and Democrat, including 18 current and former city council members), and law enforcement groups including the Long Beach Police Officers Association (LBPOA) and the Association for Los Angeles Deputy Sheriffs (ALADS).
“I am honored to have a group of distinguished residents and experts advising me as I transition into office,” said Haubert. “These citizens have experience and knowledge to help me be more effective as my office fights to take back high crime neighborhoods and protect the quality of life for all Long Beach residents.”
Doug Haubert, a former Deputy City Prosecutor for Long Beach, built his reputation by successfully prosecuting slumlords and convicting repeat offenders to the maximum sentence. He also previously served as a City Prosecutor for other cities throughout Southern California on a contract basis.
For more information, please visit Doug Haubert’s website, Rick Taylor at (310) 815-8444, or Doug Haubert at (562) 208-4614.