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Los Angeles County Superior CourtCandidate for Judge, Seat 129

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Kenneth M. Fuller

Deputy District Attorney, County of Los Angeles
1,073,400 votes (70.8%)Winning
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My Top 3 Priorities

  • Provide impartial, fair, administration of justice in the courtroom.
  • Administer an efficient and productive case calendar that eliminates congestion in the court system.
  • Display respect and professionalism toward litigants, defendants, victims of crime, and all members of the public who appear in court.



Profession:Deputy District Attorney, County of Los Angeles
Deputy District Attorney,, Los Angeles County District Attorney's Office (2006–current)
Assistant Staff Judge Advocate,, United States Air Force Reserve JAG Corp (2012–current)
Deputy District Attorney,, Los Angeles County District Attorney's Office — Appointed position (2006–current)
Traffic and Circulation Commissioner,, City of Fullerton — Appointed position (2018–current)
Judge Advocate Officer,, United States Air Force Reserve — Appointed position (2012–current)


University of Southern California Law School Juris Doctor,, Law (2005)
University of Southern California School of Cinematic Arts Bachelor of Arts with High Honors,, Cinema-Television Production (2002)
University of Southern California Bachelor of Arts with High Honors,, Political Science (2002)

Community Activities

Teacher/Facilitator,, Project Law Enforcement and Development (LEAD) (2009–current)
Member/Contributor,, Talk About Curing Autism (TACA) (2018–current)
Contributor,, Shriner's Hospital For Children (2007–current)


Ken is a seasoned prosecutor and  has protected the community by holding accountable environmental polluters/ corrupt corporations, hardcore gang murderers, and sex offenders.

Ken is also a veteran and Captain in the Air Force Reserve, serving in our nation’s armed services as a military judge advocate (JAG).

Ken has been in various specialized units of the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office, including the:

Environmental Crimes Division
Hardcore Gang Division; and
Victim Impact Program (VIP) which specializes in the prosecution of sex crimes, domestic violence, elder abuse, and child molestation and abuse.

Ken has handled thousands of criminal cases and has tried numerous trials to verdict over a legal career that spans fourteen years.  Ken has practiced in the civil, criminal, juvenile and military courts.


Ken was also appointed as a Commissioner on the City of Fullerton Traffic and Circulation Commission which provides oversight for the city council.  As a commissioner, Ken at times presides over and renders judgment on  traffic and parking citation appeals hearings.

Ken’s service to the community doesn’t end there. Ken has proudly taught fifth grade students every week for  eight years in the LADA Project LEAD program. He teaches his students about gang intervention, bullying, tolerance and criminal justice. He holds this program near to his heart.

While in  the Hardcore Gang Division, Ken was also assigned twice to the federally funded Community Law Enforcement and Recovery Program (CLEAR) and met regularly with police, probation officers, and the citizens of Watts and Crenshaw’s Baldwin Village to improve law enforcement and community relations.

Having graduated from the highly selective USC Gould School of Law, Ken has a solid academic foundation. He received numerous honors as well as being selected as a staff writer for the USC Interdisciplinary Law Journal. Ken graduated in the top 20 percent of his class in legal writing and research courses. He also graduated from USC as an undergraduate, earning two bachelor’s degrees, magna cum laude, one in Cinema-Television Production from the top ranked USC School of Cinematic Arts and the other in Political Science.  Ken earned the honor of being designated a USC Renaissance Scholar for excelling and earning dual degrees in two divergent fields of study at the same time.

Ken is a lifelong resident of Southern California and a seventh generation Californian. He is above all a loving husband and proud father of two sons, a daughter, and a baby on the way.  Ken’s children would argue his best talents are playing the “tickle monster” and his reigning title in the Disney Princess game. His best friend and wife is a former prosecutor herself, and currently practices law as a special education attorney fighting to make sure special needs children get equal education and opportunity. 

In his spare time, Ken enjoys traveling with his family, running marathons, playing guitar, comedy, film, and swimming.


Ken humbly seeks your support in his effort to achieve a life long dream. Ken believes strongly in a fair judicial process and would work long and hard each day if afforded this opportunity. Please remember to vote for Ken Fuller on election day.


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