D.A. Bragg In The Harvard Crimson: “Public Service Is Its Own Reward”
Manhattan District Attorney Alvin L. Bragg, Jr., a '95 graduate of Harvard College and a ’99 graduate of Harvard Law School, today congratulated Harvard University’s graduating class of 2023 and highlighted the importance of public service and volunteerism in a Harvard Crimson op-ed.
D.A. Bragg in Teen Vogue: To Improve Public Safety, We Must Connect New Yorkers To Services
Manhattan District Attorney Alvin L. Bragg, Jr., today highlighted the public safety imperative of connecting New Yorkers struggling with mental illness or substance use to community-based services.
Manhattan District Attorney: Homeless in NYC Need Services and Support, Not Jail
Sadly, it’s a familiar daily scene on our streets and in the subways across New York City: people visibly struggling with serious mental health and substance use challenges.
Supporting Manhattan’s LGBTQIA+ community by tackling hate crimes
News of the Colorado Springs shooting was heartbreakingly tragic and painfully familiar. Once again, someone with a gun targeted the LGBTQIA+ community. We heard stunned survivors recount the horrors of the attack, we caught glimpses of a growing makeshift memorial, we saw mourners cling to each other in grief, and we learned that law enforcement was uniting to conduct a careful investigation.
A safer, fairer Manhattan is within our reach: DA Alvin Bragg on where to go from here
It’s not often that a career prosecutor becomes the focal point of a campaign for governor. But in a political cycle that offered more heat than light on crime and public safety, Republican Lee Zeldin decided to make me — the duly-elected Manhattan district attorney who won with 83% of the vote just one year ago — the centerpiece of his statewide campaign.
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.
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