Mike Enomoto

Mike Enomoto has been a Los Angeles County Deputy District Attorney for over 22 years and has been serving as the Deputy-in-Charge of the Bellflower Office since 2016. Mike spent 11 years as a trial prosecutor in the Hardcore Gang Division, where he tried 33 gang-related murders and was assigned to the Florencia and Varrio Hawaiian Gardens task forces.

Mike teaches regularly for the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department at their gang and detective schools in the areas of gang prosecution, search and seizure and Miranda. In addition, Mike has provided instruction to the California Department of Corrections, Los Angeles Police Department, Bell Gardens Police Department, South Gate Police Department, Azusa Police Department and West Covina Police Department. Mike also teaches other prosecutors regarding witness impeachment, jury selection, gang prosecution and the use of firearms evidence.

Mike graduated cum laude with a B.A. in Government from Harvard University and received his law degree from the University of California at Berkeley. Mike also is a graduate of the Rio Hondo Police Academy and has been serving as Reserve Police Officer (Level I) with the Santa Ana Police Department for over 18 years.

Classes Taught By Mike
Legal Considerations During Interviews
Homicide Law
Search and Seizure Update
Detective School Module 6