Senior Assistant State’s Attorney – Part A (Major Felony), Connecticut Division of Criminal Justice – Windham State’s Attorney’s Office
Lou Luba is a Senior Assistant State’s Attorney for the State of Connecticut, working out of the Windham Judicial District State’s Attorney’s Office. He has been a prosecutor for over 24 years and is currently the Major Crimes (Part A) prosecutor for the Windham Judicial District. Mr. Luba has been one of Connecticut’s leading prosecutors on sexual assaults, and a staunch advocate for victims and victim’s rights throughout his career. Mr. Luba is a founding member of Connecticut’s first Sexual Assault Response Team and is a POST certified trainer on sexual assaults and rape crisis, having conducted training for Sexual Assault Crisis Service Victim’s Advocates, Sexual Assault Nurse Examiners/Sexual Assault Forensic Examiners and various police departments. Mr. Luba is the Windham Judicial District subject matter expert on computer related crime, focusing on child exploitation cases, and was the lead prosecutor on State of Connecticut v. John Sorabella, a ground-breaking internet solicitation case that set the standard for prosecution of such cases in the State of Connecticut. Most recently, Mr. Luba handled the prosecution of State v. Christopher Lamb, which involved the illegal distribution of intimate images and sextortion of 20 female victims over a 4-year period. Previously, Mr. Luba served as an Adjunct Professor of Criminal Justice at Central Connecticut State University.