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August 7, 2019

D.A. Vance: 35 Charged in “Debit Card Cracking” Cyber Schemes Click For More

"We’re charging dozens of defendants who preyed on unsuspecting New Yorkers by stealing their personal information to produce fake checks and then made cash withdrawals on those bad checks for a steep profit."

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August 5, 2019

Prosecutors to Convene Summit on Mass Shootings in Las Vegas Click For More

"Our nation’s children are growing up today in an America where mass shootings in our schools, houses of worship, workplaces and entertainment venues are common place—this cannot be."

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August 4, 2019

Statement by Manhattan D.A. Cyrus Vance, Jr. on Mass Shootings in El Paso, Dayton Click For More

"Unless and until we pass legislation to address our gun violence epidemic, we will see more and more of these sickening and unacceptable mass shootings."

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August 2, 2019

D.A. Vance Calls for Gun Kingpin Legislation in Daily News Op-Ed Click For More

“This is the level of deterrence necessary to keep out-of-state guns from flooding our streets.”

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August 2, 2019

D.A. Vance and 42 Law Enforcement Leaders File Amicus Brief Urging Department of Justice to Respect Prosecutorial Discretion on Immigration Matters Click For More

“Overriding local prosecutorial determinations and attaching immigration consequences to convictions vacated for valid substantive or procedural reasons undermines transparency and a public sense of consistently applied legal principles, and therefore imperils public trust and perceptions of legitimacy."

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July 31, 2019

D.A. Vance, NYS Inspector General, NYC DOI Commissioner, Announce Indictment of Non-Profit Head for Stealing $631K from Addicts Rehabilitation Center Foundation and Addicts Rehabilitation Center Fund Click For More

“As alleged, these defendants shamelessly stole from publicly funded organizations dedicated to helping vulnerable New Yorkers. Even while their organizations struggled financially – failing to meet contractual obligations and even furloughing employees without pay – these defendants continued to drain the coffers for their personal gain."

Manhattan District Attorney's Office
Manhattan District Attorney's Office3 days ago
Red Flag Laws recognize that we have to *prevent* gun violence, not just prosecute it after the fact when people are already wounded or killed. New York’s “Red Flag Law” becomes effective this weekend, thanks to bill sponsors Senator Brian Kavanagh and Assemblymember Jo Anne Simon and advocates like New Yorkers Against Gun Violence who did not rest until our state enacted this life-saving legislation. #EndGunViolence