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Los Angeles County Superior CourtCandidate for Judge, Seat 84

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Hubert S. Yun

Gang Murder Prosecutor
261,413 votes (17.85%)
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My Top 3 Priorities

  • Ensure that all parties get the highest quality of justice
  • Maintain an efficient courtroom and ensure matters are resolved promptly
  • Ensure public safety



Profession:Gang Murder Prosecutor
Gang Murder Prosecutor, Los Angeles County District Attorney's Office (2006–current)


  • Los Angeles County District Attorney's Office
  • Hardcore Gang Division since 2012
  • 62 felony jury trials, including complex gang murder cases
  • Civil litigation experience
  • Experienced, ethical and fair 

Questions & Answers

Questions from The League of Women Voters of Los Angeles County ILO (1)

Do you favor alternative, non-jail sentences for non-violent offenders and what options should be available?
Answer from Hubert S. Yun:

I do favor non-jail sentences for non-violent offenders.  Recidivism would certainly be a factor in determining whether an individual should receive a jail sentence over a non-jail sentence.  Aleternatives sentences could range from drug treatment programs (residential and outpatient), house arrest, community service/labor and monetary penalties.  

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