Civil Deputy - Lolita Ulloa
Lolita Ulloa is originally from Ecuador and grew up in Massachusetts. She attended Suffolk University Law School and worked at Legal Aid in Boston as a public law attorney. She has lived in Minnesota since 1992. She worked at Southern Minnesota Regional Legal Services in St. Paul, practicing family law and at Centro Legal heading their domestic violence unit. She came to the Hennepin County Attorney’s Office in 1994 as the first Director of the Domestic Abuse Service Center. In 2001, she became the Managing Attorney for the Victim Services Division, which incorporates Victim/Witness and the Domestic Abuse Service Center of the Hennepin County Attorney’s Office.
As Civil Deputy County Attorney, she manages the Civil, Adult Services, Child Support, Child Protection and Victim Services divisions.
Criminal Deputy - Andy LeFevour
Andy LeFevour is originally from Chicago, Illinois. He attended Loyola University of Chicago Law School, where he received his J.D. in 1987. In 1994, he received an LL.M. in Environmental Law from the George Washington University National Law Center in Washington D.C. Before moving to Minnesota, he worked as an Assistant State’s Attorney in Cook County Illinois from 1987 to 1993. Then in 1994, he joined the Hennepin County Attorney’s Office, working initially in the Special Litigation Division. As a senior attorney in 1999, he supervised the Property Crimes Team, and in 2007, he supervised a violent crime team that focused on prosecuting homicides and serious weapon-related crimes. He was assigned manager of the Community Prosecution Division in 2015.
As Criminal Deputy County Attorney, he manages the Adult Prosecution, Community Prosecution, Juvenile Prosecution, and Special Litigation divisions.