The Role of Prosecutors in Ending Mass Incarceration
Join us for our next Ending Mass Incarceration Team program on Thursday, November 19 at 7 pm (EST), where we are honored to be hosting San Francisco District Attorney Chesa Boudin in conversation with Fair and Just Prosecution founder and Executive Director Miriam Krinsky.
A prosecutor's job is to do justice. A new wave of progressive prosecutors—encouraged by Miriam Krinsky and exemplified by Chesa Boudin—recognize that principle means prosecutors are responsible not only for protecting the public by prosecuting those who commit crimes, but also for ending mass incarceration by investigating whether those already incarcerated should be released, as well as by looking at each new case to ask if long-term incarceration is a fair or necessary consequence of a criminal conviction.
Join us as Miriam Krinsky (Founder and Executive Director of Fair & Just Prosecution) and Chesa Boudin (District Attorney of San Francisco) talk with CBST members and friends about their fascinating criminal justice backgrounds and tell us more about what prosecutors can do to help end mass incarceration.
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