District Attorney GUEST SPEAKER
It is our mission to be an Educated Conservative Voice in
Big Bear Valley
Republican Assembly will meet Tuesday, June 18th at the Convention
Center at Big Bear Lake, located at 42900 Big Bear Boulevard. The BBVRA members
welcome everyone to join each third-Tuesday of the month, with exception of
special called meetings.
The Big Bear Valley Republican meetings include a variety
of local government programs, political related projects, guest speakers and
community interests in the monthly programs.
The Social Hour begins at 5:00 P.M., an
opportunity to visit with friends before the general meeting begins at 6:00
Guest Speaker will be San Bernardino County
District Attorney Jason Anderson.
Contact information: Big Bear Valley Republican Assembly, BBVRepublicans@gmail.com or 909-866-0511
San Bernardino County
Jason Anderson was elected by the citizens of San
Bernardino County on June 5, 2018 as the 36th District Attorney of San
Bernardino County. He has been a member of the California State Bar since
1997. Anderson served as a Deputy
District Attorney for the County of San Bernardino from 1998 until 2014.
In this capacity he worked as a prosecutor handling a variety of serious cases,
particularly in the Crimes Against Children Unit for thirteen years. In 2014,
he entered the private practice of law in Rancho Cucamonga. Since 2004,
he has been an Adjunct Professor of Law teaching Criminal Procedure and Trial
Advocacy at the University of La Verne College of Law.
In 2008, he received the Jennifer Brooks Lawyer of the Year award from the
Western San Bernardino County Bar Association. In 2012, Anderson received
the ‘Above and Beyond Award’ from the National Crime Survivors for his work on
behalf of victims of crime. In 2018, he received the George W. Porter
Criminal Trial Attorney Award from the San Bernardino County Bar Association.
Jason Anderson’s mission statement includes his goal of ‘honoring the humanity
of all involved in the criminal justice system… and restoring a culture of service
and accountability to the San Bernardino County District Attorney’s