Julieanne Himelstein

Julieanne Himelstein

Julieanne Himelstein was the co-lead prosecutor in the case against one of the leaders of the attack on the U.S. Mission in Benghazi, Libya.  Before joining the “Benghazi” prosecution team, Julieanne was the lead prosecutor in more than 100 jury trials involving violent crime, rape, sex trafficking of children, and public corruption. Julieanne played a leading role in several high-profile cases including a sexual assault case against a high-level U.S. intelligence official stationed in Algeria and a brutal rape case of a U.S. citizen on a military base in Iraq. In addition to receiving the Director’s Award from FBI Director Robert Mueller for her work on public corruption matters, Julieanne was awarded the prestigious Attorney General’s Award for her work on the successful prosecution of one of the leaders of the Benghazi attack.