Monthly Archives: September 2022

D.A. Bragg, Legal Aid Urge Clearing of Human Trafficking Survivors’ Convictions in New York Daily News Op-Ed

Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg and the Legal Aid Society’s Exploitation Intervention Project attorneys Leigh Latimer and Abigail Swenstein today urged prosecutors and defense attorneys across the state to work collaboratively to utilize the recently enacted START Act to ensure that survivors of human trafficking are not burdened with criminal records.

Up Close with Bill Ritter

Three months after the U.S, Supreme Court stuck down New York’s conceal carry law, where do we stand? We talk to Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg about that and also the continued controversy over bail reform at a time when New York City is still fighting a surge in crime.

Dozens ask for gun possession cases to be thrown out: DA Bragg

It’s been nearly three months since the landmark Supreme Court decision striking down a longstanding New York gun safety law. The law required gun license applicants to prove why they needed to carry concealed weapons in public places.

Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg said that since the decision, dozens of motions had been filed in Manhattan to get gun possession cases thrown out.