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Talking with Dan Clark about Race, Social Justice and Equity in a Prosecutor’s Office

Dan Clark, Chief of the Criminal Division in the King County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office (WA), shares strategies for prosecutors on how to facilitate discussions about race, social justice and equity. 

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Courthouse Facility Dogs

Prosecutor offices across the country are enlisting the help of trained courthouse facility dogs to provide comfort and support to vulnerable witnesses and victims throughout various stages of the criminal…

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The Legacy of DA Robert M. Morgenthau

DA Robert M. Morgenthau with Martin Luther King Jr.

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Domestic Violence Prosecution Best Practices Guide

Domestic violence is a social, economic, and public health concern that impacts men, women and children and can perpetuate negative effects across generations. To better address this serious issue, this…

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Talking with Senior Deputy Prosecutor David Martin (WA) and Program Manager Colleen McIngalls about Using Technology and Civil Legal Aid to Help Protect Domestic Violence Victims

The King County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office in Seattle, Washington has provided civil protection to victims of domestic violence for over thirty years through its Protection Order Advocacy Program. They now…

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Talking with Executive ADA Joyce Smith on Community Relations in Nassau County, NY

Social isolation isn’t stopping the Nassau DA’s office from connecting to their community. See how they’re virtually reaching out more than ever.

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Reform

Time for Action: 10 Things Prosecutors Can Do Now Issued by PCE on June 19, 2020 The killing of George Floyd by police is a tragic and disturbing event that…

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PCE’s Call To Action – 10 Things Prosecutors Can Do Now

Issued on June 19, 2020: The killing of George Floyd by police is a tragic and disturbing event that is a call to action for those in the criminal justice…

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Talking with District Attorney General Amy Weirich (TN) and DA Weeden Wetmore (NY) about Remote Proceedings

District Attorney General Amy Weirich discusses remote Grand Jury with officers presenting their cases via Zoom. They now have three remote Grand Juries.

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