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 Ask Congress to Adequately Fund Legal Services Corporation

NAAG is calling on Congress to provide robust funding for the Legal Services Corporation which provides financial support for civil…

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Attorneys General Ask for Simple Amendment to Federal Law to Fight Sex Trafficking

Federal enforcement alone has proved insufficient to stem the growth in online promotion of child sex trafficking. Those on the...

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Letter to ABA Supporting Proposed Standards Relating to Postconviction Remedies

We, too, have deep concerns over the sweeping changes to established law and practice that the proposed Standards advocate. And...

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Past Presentations

2019 Capital Forum Criminal Justice Reform Panel 

Staff Contact

Bereket Tesfu
NAGTRI Program Counsel