About Anne Marie Schubert

With 24 years of Law Enforcement Experience, Anne Marie Schubert is recognized as one of the state’s top prosecutors. As a Sacramento County Deputy District Attorney, Schubert has sent some of the area’s most notorious and dangerous criminals – murderers, rapists and child molesters – to state prison.

Her Career and Accomplishments Include:

  • 24 Years of Law Enforcement Experience
  • Sacramento County Supervising Deputy District Attorney – currently supervising the Special Assault and Child Abuse Unit
  • Prosecuted over 100 jury trials, including sexual assault, child abuse, domestic violence and murder cases
  • Started the Sacramento County District Attorney’s Cold Case Homicide Unit in 2002; resulting in dozens of cold murders being charged, prosecuted and convicted
  • Assigned to Homicide Unit from 2002-2008; tried several murder cases, all resulting in guilty verdicts; handled dozens of other murder cases to conviction
  • First to prosecute John Doe DNA warrant in California; first in country for the arrest on this type of warrant
  • Started nationally recognized Partners Against Chronic Truancy (PACT) program in Sacramento County, to reduce truancy in our community
  • Instructor for Peace Officers Standards and Training (POST) for over 15 years, teaching Homicide, Advanced Homicide, Cold Case Prosecution for police officers all over California
  • POST ICI Instructor of the Year award (twice)
  • 2007 Prosecutor of the Year award (Brian Hintz award)
  • Member, Sacramento County Child Death Review Team
  • Board Member, California District Attorneys Association