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Fall 2017 NDAA Executive Committee Meeting
September 28-29, 2017
Harborside Hotel & Marina
Bar Harbor, Maine
Hotel reservations

Fall 2017 NDAA Board of Directors Meeting
November 16-18, 2017
Grand Hyatt at Park Avenue & Grand Central, New York City
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Winter 2018 NDAA Executive Committee Meeting
January 22, 2018
Hyatt Regency,
400 New Jersey Avenue NW, Washington, DC

Capital Conference

January 23-24, 2018
Hyatt Regency,
400 New Jersey Avenue NW, Washington, DC

Spring 2018 NDAA Board of Directors Meeting
March 2018
Specific dates and location to be announced soon

Spring 2018 NDAA Executive Committee Meeting
May 17-18, 2018
Coeur D’Alene Resort, Coeur D’Alene, Idaho
Hotel Reservations

Summer 2018 NDAA Board & Executive Committee Meetings
July 14-15, 2018
The Davenport Grand Hotel, Spokane, WA



Prosecutors Look at
Campus Sexual Assault Cases

NDAA is partnering with GovExec and its Route Fifty series to highlight criminal justice issues facing prosecutors in the field. The second article in the series is on the handling of campus sexual assault cases and highlights a model being used in North Carolina. The article is now live and can be found here.


NDAA Issues Statement on AG Sessions Memo to Federal Prosecutors on Charging and Sentencing Guidelines
On Friday, May 12, Attorney General Jeff Sessions issued a memo to all federal prosecutors updating the Department of Justice's charging and sentencing guidelines. NDAA issued a press release regarding that memo.
Read more here


NDAA Marijuana Working Group Co-Chairs Pen Op-Ed on Marijuana
Recently, NDAA agreed to partner with GovExec's Route Fifty to highlight local criminal justice issues impacting prosecutors in the field The first article in that series was published on Monday, May 15. The first article was written by NDAA's Marijuana Working Group co-chairs, Eric Zahnd and Chuck Spahos.
Read more here.


NDAA Releases White Paper on Marijuana
In January, at the request of association president, Mike Ramos, the National District Attorneys Association formed a working group to develop an association white paper on marijuana. You can read that white paper here.


NDAA Applauds Expiration of
National Commission on Forensic Science

The National District Attorneys Association applauds the decision by Attorney General Sessions to not renew the charter for the National Commission on Forensic Science, thus allowing it to expire. NDAA looks forward to working with the Attorney General, the Department of Justice, and stakeholders in the forensic science community to advance the field in the weeks and months ahead. To read more, click here.


A small group of NDAA Executive Committee members met in Washington, DC with Attorney General Sessions to discuss public safety and issues facing prosecutors in the field. Topics included the heroin and opioid crisis, attacks on forensic science, ways to strengthen collaboration between US Attorneys and local prosecutors, human trafficking, and violent crime among others. The AG made it clear that he intends to work with NDAA on a wide range of issues in the future.


NOTE regarding our password
A new username and password were issued to current members in their 2017 welcome packet. These take effect on February 20, 2017. If you are a NDAA member and don’t have this new password, please contact our membership coordinator for the update.



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