Headlined by a keynote address from Attorney General Eric Holder, the conference included three panels bringing together leading prosecutors, law enforcement officials, financing experts, and criminal justice reform advocates, and the release of a new Brennan Center report, “Federal Prosecution for the 21st Century.”
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Attorney General Eric Holder delivered the keynote address at the Brennan Center’s full-day conference on the need to reduce mass incarceration by reforming law enforcement practices and federal funding structures.
This new report from the Brennan Center for Justice at NYU School of Law proposes modernizing one key aspect of the criminal justice system: federal prosecutors.
Open configuration options A new Brennan Center report proposes a shift in federal prosecutorial priorities that will reduce the federal prison population and its costs.
New Priorities for Federal Prosecutors (Panel 1)
New Priorities for Broader Law Enforcement (Panel 2)