ORANGE COUNTY DISTRICT ATTORNEY PRESS RELEASE
Case # 14Cf3010
Date: January 8, 2016
SANTA ANA, Calif. – Former Orange County Assessor Webster Guillory was sentenced today for filing false nomination papers in a re-election bid for County Assessor in the June 2014 Orange County primary election. Webster James Guillory, 71, Newport Beach, was found guilty by a jury Nov. 18, 2015, of two misdemeanor counts of filing false nomination papers. The charges were previously filed as a felony and reduced to misdemeanors by the court over the objection of the People during a preliminary examination hearing. He was sentenced today to two years of informal probation, 30 days community service, and must contribute $500 to Victim Witness Emergency Fund.
At the time of the incident, Guillory was the four-term elected County Assessor for the Orange County Office of the Assessor. Continue reading