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Juliet Evelyn Schmidt (January 6, 1963 – ) is an American attorney and deputy district attorney for the county of Los Angeles. She gained recognition and publicity through many of her high publicity cases.

Deputy District Attorney

Juliet E. Schmidt was born on January 6, 1963, in Burbank, California. In her senior year of high school, she entered an essay contest open to all high school students in Los Angeles; she won first-place. Schmidt pursued her love for literature and writing in college, and earned a degree of Bachelor of Arts in English, in 1984, from University of California, Berkeley. Schmidt spent her junior year in college abroad in Bordeaux, France. In 1987, she graduated with a degree of Juris Doctor from University of California, Berkeley. Soon after, at the age of twenty-four, Juliet successfully passed the California Bar. In 1989, Juliet suffered the tragic loss of her mother. Schmidt then joined the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s office. Ms. Schmidt is considered a renowned attorney, and has worked on various high publicity cases in the District Attorney's Public Integrity Division such as the City of Bell scandal, the resignation of Inglewood mayor Dorn, and the prosecution of the prominent Los Angeles trial attorney Pierce O’Donnell. Schmidt has appeared in numerous articles in The Los Angeles Times, LA Weekly, LA Daily News, and Metropolitan News-Enterprise.

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