The Criminal Law Committee works to provide timely and useful information to the attorney general community relating to criminal justice and law enforcement matters. The committee does this by: 

  • Monitoring court decisions and legislative developments. 
  • Offering research, training, and technical assistance to attorneys general and their staff. 

Policy Letters

AGs to Congress: Provide Funding for the Legal Services Corporation

The National Association of Attorneys General (NAAG) sent a letter to Congress to support beneficent funding for the Legal Services…

Learn More →

NAAG Challenges Efforts to Weaken Laws Against Human Trafficking & Sexual Abuse

The National Association of Attorneys General (NAAG) wrote a letter to the American Law Institute (ALI) urging them to reject…

Learn More →

NAAG Submits Comment Letter on Beneficial Ownership Regulations

Our comments are consistent with the sense of Congress, which requires that regulations “to the greatest extent practicable… collect information...

Learn More →

Past Presentations

2019 Capital Forum Criminal Justice Reform Panel 

Staff Contact

Amie Ely
NAGTRI Center for Ethics and Public Integrity Director
aely@naag.org