Jaimie Powell Horowitz is an attorney with 15 years’ experience. She currently serves as Special Prosecutor for the Fair Michigan Justice Project, appointed by Prosecutor Kym L. Worthy to prosecute hate crimes in Wayne County. Jaimie also conducts training for police and prosecutors in prosecuting hate crimes and improving community relations with law enforcement throughout the state. She also serves as a Special Assistant Attorney General assigned to select cold case homicides.
Jaimie started her career in the Wayne County Prosecutor’s Office. During her time there she handled hundreds of cases involving child abuse, elder abuse, violent crimes, cases involving financial exploitation, and murder. She was routinely assigned complex cases. She served on Special Assignment in the Felony Trial Division, the Elder Abuse Unit, and was assigned to the Homicide Unit where she was responsible for prosecuting homicide cases in Wayne County.
Jaimie serves on the Ethics Board for the city of Huntington Woods. From 2016 -2019, Jaime served on the Executive Board for the city Oak Park Huntington Woods Democratic Club, as Trustee for two of those years. She was a member of the State Bar of Michigan Representative Assembly (2005-2007), State Bar of Michigan Character and Fitness Committee Detroit District (2010-2013), and on the Elder Abuse Advisory Council for Wayne County (2006-2012). In 2019 she was honored by the Oakland County Democratic Party with the Wings of Justice Award, in recognition of her contribution to the fight against injustice, hatred, and intolerance, and for her commitment to keeping and strengthening our democracy
Jaimie is married to Jeffrey Horowitz, who is an attorney and partner at Honigman Miller Schwartz Cohn. They are the parents of two children, Aidan and Asher. In her spare time, she enjoys traveling with her daughter to gymnastics meets, watching her son play soccer, and exploring all the metro area parks with her family.