Prosecutors have enormous discretion and therefore power within the criminal legal system.

Prosecutor misconduct is real, and the costs are significant.

DA Accountability and Transparency

CAAPV wants to:

  1. Inform judges and prosecutors regarding discovery obligations,

  2. Have real consequences if required disclosure of those obligations is concealed,

  3. Implement enhanced accountability measures at a state level,

  4. Ensure transparency with the production of policies and data regarding charging and sentencing decisions, and

  5. Eradicate absolute and qualified prosecutorial immunity.

Have you been impacted? 

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DA Accountability and our demands are supported by:


Law Professors & Experts

Center on Wrongful Convictions, Northwestern University

Pace University

  • John Gleason

Former Attorney Regulation Counsel for Colorado Supreme Court

Innocence Project, Cardozo Law

Community Members &

Wrongfully Accused

  • Apryl Alexander

  • Tammy Brady, Attorney for David Bueno

  • James Castle, Attorney for Alejandro Perez

  • Jane Fisher-Bryialsen, Attorney for Korey Wise

  • Iris Eytan and Dru Nielsen, Attorneys for Micah Kimball

  • Emily Harrison, The Socioeconomic Justice Society, the University of Colorado Boulder

  • Killmer, Lane, & Newman, LLP

  • Nikki Kleiman-Moran

  • Annie Martinez, Bridge Legal Solutions, LLC

  • Michael Stolp-Smith

  • Dane Torbenson, Law Offices of Randy B. Corporon, PC

  • Dave Wymore and Maria Liu, Attorneys for Tim Masters

  • Elie Zwiebel, Elie Zwiebel Law

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