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January 30, 2018

Testimony Before the House Financial Services Committee on Human Trafficking Click For More

The nature of human trafficking in Manhattan, the United States, and around the globe has transformed dramatically in the 21st century. The illicit transactions that have historically comprised the backbone of this economy are no longer confined to street corners.

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July 18, 2017

DA Vance Delivers Closing “Call to Action” at National District Attorneys Association’s Summit on Reducing Violence & Exploitation Against Women Click For More

It is the nature of our work to deal with tragedies. The NDAA and its members have, for a long time, recognized that sex and human trafficking are among the worst of them.

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May 22, 2017

Testimony before City Council Public Safety and Finance Committees: FY18 Executive Budget Click For More

Good afternoon Chairs Gibson and Ferraras-Copeland, and members of the Committees on Public Safety and Finance. Thank you for the opportunity to speak today about...

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May 12, 2017

DA Vance Delivers Keynote Remarks at New York County Lawyers Association’s Annual Law Day Luncheon Click For More

Good afternoon. I’m delighted to be here and to congratulate Judge Scarpulla for your well-deserved honor today.Thank you Catherine [Christian] for that warm introduction. Catherine...

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March 30, 2017

Testimony before City Council Public Safety and Finance Committees: FY18 Preliminary Budget Click For More

Good morning Chairs Gibson and Ferraras-Copeland, and members of the Committees on Public Safety and Finance. Thank you for the opportunity to speak today about...

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November 17, 2016

DA Vance Delivers Opening Remarks at Manhattan District Attorney’s Office’s 7th Annual Financial Crimes & Cybersecurity Symposium Click For More

Thank you Michael Held for that kind introduction. Thank you and your entire staff for hosting us today. And thank you for all you do...


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"Prosecuting turnstile jumpers for these 'theft of service' crimes clogs our criminal court system and unfairly affects low-income Black and Brown New Yorkers, with little or no impact on public safety."

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