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Ana Mamani

Ada County Prosecutor, Boise ID, LRAP Recipient 2012

Ana E. Mamani joined the Ada County Prosecutor’s Office in Boise, Idaho in January 2010, where she works as a Deputy Prosecuting Attorney. Ana handles a caseload consisting primarily of driving violations, like driving under the influence, as well as batteries, controlled substance violations, and other general misdemeanors: “On a daily basis, I review cases and evaluate their strength in order to determine a reasonable resolutions. I then work with defense counsel and pro se defendants to determine the next course of action whether it be sentencing or jury trial.”

Ana demonstrated a strong commitment to public service while attending law school where she served as the Pro Bono Vice Chair, Streetlaw Program Director, Juvenile Streetlaw Co-Director. Prior to law school, Ana was a member of the Multi Disciplinary Taskforce and Domestic Violence Taskforce as a victim witness coordinator. Ana continues to be dedicated to serving her community: “My public service does not benefit just one person; it benefits a society by focusing on a few people who have made bad decisions. I hope to continue serving my community by educating people, keeping dangerous people off the streets, and protecting my community as a whole, all thru the administration of justice.”

Ana hopes to soon be sex crimes prosecutor in the juvenile department. After working with the juvenile sex unit, Ana hopes to become a successful felony prosecutor, prosecuting sex offenders: “I intend to work hard to be an successful prosecutor and do my best in the pursuit of the truth.”

“As a new attorney I was struggling with the decision of having a job I love and having a job that could pay the bills. The UO LRAP has given me the chance to continue in the job that I love by reducing my financial burden to an extent. I am appreciative of the UO LRAP because it has helped me continue my chosen path.”

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