Rogue Prosecutor Symposium

Event Crime and Justice

May 6, 2022 Rogue Prosecutor Symposium

The deadly impact of rogue “progressive” prosecutors can be felt across the country. Join us for a look at the damage they’ve caused and ways to combat them as we continue our series on rogue prosecutors.

Zolnierek/Getty Images

Friday, May 6, 2022

10:00 am - 11:45 am

The Heritage Foundation

214 Massachusetts Ave NE
Washington, DC
20002

Speakers

Session I: Perspectives from Former U.S. Attorneys

  • Andrew Lelling,Former United States Attorney for the District of Massachusetts
  • Erin Nealy Cox,Former United States Attorney for the Northern District of Texas
  • Richard Donoghue,Former United States Attorney for the Eastern District of New York

Session II: Combatting Crime in America

  • Rafael Mangual,Senior Fellow, Head of Research, Policing & Public Safety, and Contributing Editor, City Journal, The Manhattan Institute
  • Kathleen Cady,Former Deputy District Attorney, Los Angeles District Attorney’s Office

Description

The deadly impact of rogue “progressive” prosecutors can be felt across the country. Join us for a look at the damage they’ve caused and ways to combat them as we continue our series on rogue prosecutors. First, hear from three former United States Attorneys who served in cities with elected rogue prosecutors. They’ll discuss how rogue prosecutors harm their communities, law enforcement, and the rule of law and how each of these former U.S. Attorneys have worked to make their cities safer. Then, former Los Angeles Deputy District Attorney Kathleen Cady and Manhattan Institute’s Rafael Mangual will discuss the state of crime in America, how rogue prosecutors’ policies are harming victims, and what Americans can do to fight back against this pro-criminal, anti-victim, and anti-police movement.

Sign up to receive invitations to all public events.

Terms and Conditions of Attendance