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The District Attorney represents the Commonwealth of California in all criminal cases within its district and is responsible for prosecuting defendants alleged to have committed crimes. The District Attorney, on behalf of the Commonwealth of California, has the burden to prove beyond a reasonable doubt that the defendant committed the crime as charged. As a representative of the Commonwealth, the District Attorney will present the victim's interests and concerns to the court.