Josue is the son of Mexican immigrants from Jalisco. He was raised in a small agricultural town in the Sacramento Valley. He is the first in his family to attend and graduate from college. He graduated in 2006 from the University of California, Los Angeles, where he majored in Sociology and Political Science while playing for UCLA’s rugby team. While at UCLA, Josue spent his summers working in the agriculture sector to pay for his tuition and worked full-time during the school year to cover living expenses. After graduating from UCLA, Josue became the first in his family to attend and graduate from law school in 2009. While attending the University of San Francisco School of Law (USF), Josue worked in the school library, served as President of the La Raza Law Student Association, and served as national law student president for the Hispanic National Bar Association Law Student Division. After he graduated from USF Law School in the worst legal market in history, Josue volunteered for the Santa Clara District Attorney’s Office for one year before being hired full-time in August 2010. Since being hired, Josue has served on the Misdemeanor, Family Violence, Narcotics, and Central Felony Units. He is currently assigned to the Community Prosecution unit where he focuses on crime prevention through gang abatement, immigration fraud prevention, homeless relief, and truancy. Throughout his legal career, Josue served on the board for the San Francisco La Raza Lawyers Association, serving as President from 2014-2016. In July 2016, Josue was recognized by the Silicon Valley Business Journal as one of Silicon Valley’s 40 under 40 for 2016.
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