Time3:00PM5:00PM EST Location2168 Rayburn House Office Building, Washington, DC, 20515
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Data Driven Justice: Prosecutorial Accountability & Transparency

Prosecutors are powerful players in the criminal legal system; they decide who will be charged, what plea bargains will be offered, and what punishments will be imposed. Despite this, prosecutorial decision-making is done with little transparency or accountability.

This month Connecticut became the first state to mandate the collection of prosecutorial decision-making data. Now the push comes to Congress.

Join us for a discussion on the state of the US court system and how technology can offer new solutions to ensure greater accountability and transparency within the criminal justice system.

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Lars Trautman

Senior Fellow, Criminal Justice & Civil Liberties, R Street Institute

Robin Olsen

Senior Policy Associate, Urban Institute

Kevin Richards

Vice President, SAP

Kevin Lawlor

Connecticut Deputy State’s Attorney

Kristie Puckett-Williams

Impacted Person

Moderated by Prof. Alexandra Natapoff, Author of Punishment Without Crime

Closing Remarks by Nelson Bunn, National District Attorneys Association

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