The U.S. District Court has appointed Randy S. Grossman remains as the U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of California. Grossman had been the acting federal prosecutor since last December.
Grossman previously served as First Assistant United States Attorney. He began serving as Acting United States Attorney following the resignation of former United States Attorney Robert Brewer on February 28, 2021. Attorney General Merrick Garland appointed Grossman as Acting United States Attorney, effective Dec. 26 last year.
The Federal District Court appointed Grossman as the new federal prosecutor, with jurisdiction for Imperial and San Diego counties.
Grossman began his legal career as a deputy district attorney for Ventura County and later for San Diego County.
He joined the U.S. Attorney's Office in March 2020. He has served in the Border Enforcement and Major Fraud and Public Corruption sections.
According to the U.S. Attorney's Office, during more than eight years as a state prosecutor, Grossman prosecuted more than 70 cases, including homicides and other violent crimes.
Grossman also worked in private practice as a partner at two international law firms. His practice areas included civil litigation, white-collar criminal defense, corporate internal investigations, and pro bono representation of asylum-seeking refugees.