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? 

Tell Your Story.

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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