02-07-17 Demystifying the Work of a Prosecutor

February 7, 2017  |  March 24, 2017

Demystifying the Work of a Prosecutor

College and community professionals have a strong understanding of their institution's Title IX and disciplinary processes, but may not be as well-versed in the criminal justice process. In this webinar, two former Assistant District Attorneys with experience prosecuting sex crimes in Clinton, Albany, and New York counties, and a former Assistant United States Attorney, take a deep dive into the process: what victims/reporting individuals should expect, what defendants/respondents should expect, the key differences and similarities of the campus and criminal justice systems, key differences between the federal and state systems, outcomes and appeals, and how a campus can best work with local prosecutors.

Emily Auletta, Assistant Attorney General, Office of the New York State Attorney General

Chantelle Cleary, Title IX Coordinator, Office of the President, University at Albany

Rachel Nash, Chief of Compliance/Associate General Counsel, City University of New York

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First Session

Tuesday, February 7, 2017
11:00 am  |  1 hr

Second Session

Friday, March 24, 2017
1:00 pm  |  1 hr


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