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Michael J. Cabral

Assistant Chief Deputy District Attorney

Yolo County Incorporated

HQ Phone:  (530) 666-8645

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Yolo County Incorporated

137 N. Cottonwood Street

Woodland, California,95695

United States

Company Description

The Yolo County Children's Alliance was established in 2002 by a resolution of the Yolo County Board of Supervisors as a way of addressing a number of community concerns that impact children and their families such as access to quality pediatric health care, c...more

Background Information

Employment History

Associate

Metzger Law Group


Deputy District Attorney

Riverside County


Instructor

National Fire Academy


Deputy District Attorney

Los Angeles County


Public Integrity Unit

DA


Contributor

Davis Enterprise


Law Clerk

Louisiana Automobile Dealers Association


Chemistry Researcher

UCD


Affiliations

U.S. Bank

Board of Regents, District Attorney's Office


UC

Board of Regents, District Attorney's Office


California District Attorneys Association

Board Member


Education

Southwestern Law School


Web References(24 Total References)


www.davisenterprise.com

Michael Cabral, assistant chief deputy district attorney for Yolo County, delivers his closing statement in Daniel Marsh's murder trial in September.
Cabral has accepted a chief deputy DA's job with the Riverside County District Attorney's Office, where he worked for several years before moving north. Sue Cockrell/Enterprise file photo But one of Michael Cabral's most satisfying convictions involved a crime of the white-collar variety - that of a 78-year-old Woodland woman swindled of more than $750,000 by the bookkeeper she'd entrusted to handle her affairs. By the end of the case, Cabral had recovered more than half of the elderly woman's lost savings and sent the crooked accountant to state prison for 16 months. After just over four years as an assistant chief deputy district attorney in Yolo County, Cabral, 55, has accepted a chief deputy DA's job with the Riverside County District Attorney's Office, where he'd worked for several years before moving up north. The decision, he said, was a bittersweet one. "I love the people here," Cabral said in a recent interview, during a break in tying up loose ends at his downtown Woodland office. Cabral said the move will bring him and his wife Margie, a substitute teacher, closer to two of their four grown children. He prosecuted several high-profile cases during his Yolo County tenure, most notably the Daniel Marsh double-homicide trial, as well as a 2006 cold-case murder solved through DNA evidence and the U.S. Bank protesters from UC Davis. But Cabral's also hailed for his work behind the scenes, such as strengthening the Yolo DA's fraud division and launching a conviction integrity unit in which attorneys review cases for possible exculpatory evidence. He also played a significant role in the review of students' and officers' actions during the infamous Nov. 18, 2011, pepper-spraying incident at UC Davis. For those and other efforts, Cabral earned his office's Attorney of the Year award last month. "I was truly honored. It's probably one of the biggest honors I've gotten as a prosecutor," he said. Although Cabral knew from a young age he wanted to be a lawyer, he never saw himself becoming a prosecutor. But he was offered a job with the Los Angeles County District Attorney's Office right after he graduated from Southwestern Law School, and he spent 20 years there before becoming a prosecutor in Riverside County. That's why I continue to do trial work," Cabral said. I enjoy the trial work, but I've also learned how much of a toll it really takes on you," said Cabral, who during the Marsh trial arrived at work well before dawn and left long after the sun went down.


www.thehorse.com

"At the present time I can confirm that matters concerning Dr. Jack Snyder have been referred to the Yolo County District Attorney's Office for review," said Michael J. Cabral, assistant chief deputy district attorney for the Yolo County District Attorney's Office.


www.davisenterprise.com

Michael Cabral, Yolo County assistant chief deputy district attorney, said Gardner is expected to appear this week in a Clark County, Nev., courtroom, where a judge will read the outstanding murder warrant that Winters police obtained against Gardner on the night of the shooting.
"He can agree at that point to be extradited or not," Cabral said. Cabral, of the Yolo County DA's Office, said his office hasn't yet determined how it will proceed with its pending stalking and threats case against Gardner, which stems from a Jan. 13 incident at Pinkston and Crane's Winters home. "It's going to go forward," Cabral said, but whether it will be joined with the murder case or handled separately remains to be seen.


www.dailyrepublic.com

Michael Cabral, Yolo County assistant chief deputy district attorney, said Gardner is expected to appear this week in a Clark County, Nev., courtroom, where a judge will read the outstanding murder warrant that Winters police obtained against Gardner on the night of the shooting.
"He can agree at that point to be extradited or not," Cabral said. Cabral, of the Yolo County District Attorney's Office, said his office hasn't yet determined how it will proceed with its pending stalking and threats case against Gardner, which stems from a Jan. 13 incident at Pinkston and Crane's Winters home. "It's going to go forward," Cabral said, but whether it will be joined with the murder case or handled separately remains to be seen.


www.dailydemocrat.com

Yolo County Chief Deputy District Attorney Michael Cabral reported that Christopher Lynn Turk, 26, will receive 15 years to life for the attack that occurred on Jan. 26.
According to Cabral, Turk had been staying at the homeless shelter provided by Davis Community Church when saw the woman looking for the pet adoption area, which was being held nearby. "At the top of a stairwell, Turk threatened the victim with a pair of scissors and then proceeded to rape," her, Cabral reported. Two days later, Cabral reported Turk was arrested and found in possession of the victim's phone.


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