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Courts and prosecutors’ offices have had to take various steps to continue their work. These include basic changes (i.e., technology to work remotely) but also dramatic changes to how they conduct their work (i.e., making use of alternative venues for jury selection and trials).
In this first episode of the CNA Justice Talks podcast series Hildy Saizow discusses with Nelson Bunn and Don Nottingham how prosecutor's offices are implementing innovative responses to the COVID-19 pandemic and facing these challenges head on.
Hildy Saizow is a Senior Advisor at the CNA Center for Justice Research and Innovation with more than 30 years of experience in research, policy analysis, and training and technical assistance to law enforcement agencies, and the host for Justice Talks.
Nelson Bunn is the Executive Director of the National District Attorneys Association (NDAA).
Don Nottingham is the Chief Deputy District Attorney at the 9th Judicial District Attorney’s Office in Colorado.