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Appendix A

Workshop Agenda

WHAT'S CHANGING IN PROSECUTION: A WORKSHOP

COMMITTEE ON LAW AND JUSTICE

COMMISSION ON BEHAVIORAL AND SOCIAL SCIENCES AND EDUCATION

July 15, 1999

The Board Room of the National Academy of Sciences

Thursday, July 15, 1999

8:30 – 8:45

WELCOME (pastries and coffee available)

Barbara Torrey

Executive Director

Commission on Behavioral and Social Sciences and Education

Carol Petrie

Director

Committee on Law and Justice



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Page 53 Appendix A Workshop Agenda WHAT'S CHANGING IN PROSECUTION: A WORKSHOP COMMITTEE ON LAW AND JUSTICE COMMISSION ON BEHAVIORAL AND SOCIAL SCIENCES AND EDUCATION July 15, 1999 The Board Room of the National Academy of Sciences Thursday, July 15, 1999 8:30 – 8:45 WELCOME (pastries and coffee available) Barbara Torrey Executive Director Commission on Behavioral and Social Sciences and Education Carol Petrie Director Committee on Law and Justice

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Page 54   Professor Charles Wellford University of Maryland and Chair, Committee on Law and Justice 9:00–9:15 INTRODUCTION—OBJECTIVES OF WORKSHOP Professor Philip Heymann Law and Public Policy Harvard University School of Law 9:15–9:35 Prosecution's Coming of Age: Resistance, Exposure, Innovation Professor Brian Forst Justice, Law and Society American University 9:35–9:55 Comments Professor David Ford Department of Sociology Indiana University – Indianapolis 9:55–10:15 Comments Raymond Marinaccio Deputy Bureau Chief Special Projects Bureau/Narcotics Evictions Program Manhattan District Attorney's Office New York, NY 10:15–10:30 Break 10:30–11:00 Open Discussion

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Page 55 11:00–11:25 COMMUNITY PROSECUTION Christopher Stone, Director Vera Institute of Justice New York, NY Nicholas Turner General Counsel Vera Institute of Justice New York, NY 11:25–11:45 Comments Professor Todd Clear School of Criminology Florida State University 11:45–12:05 Comments E. Michael McCann District Attorney Milwaukee, WI 12:05–12:30 Open Discussion 12:30–1:30 Lunch Roger Connor Visiting Fellow National Institute of Justice 1:30–2:00 Has the Prosecutor's Exercise of Discretion Changed? Professor Candace McCoy Rutgers University 2:00–2:15 Comments Professor Jeffrey Fagan Columbia University

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Page 56 2:15–2:30 Comments Judge Andrew Sonner Maryland Special Court of Appeals 2:30–3:00 Open Discussion 3:00–3:15 Break 3:15–3:45 THE MANAGEMENT OF DISCRETION: PROSECUTORIAL ETHICS Professor Michael Smith University of Wisconsin Law School 3:45–4:05 Comments Professor Bruce Green Fordham University Law School 4:05–4:25 Comments Robert S. Mueller United States Attorney San Francisco 4:25–4:45 Comments Michael Bromwich Inspector General U.S. Department of Justice 4:45–5:15 Open Discussion 5:15–5:30 WRAP-UP Professor Philip Heymann Harvard University 5:30 Adjourn