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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

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January 23-24, 2018
Hyatt Regency,
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Spring 2018 NDAA Board of Directors Meeting
March 15-17, 2018
Hyatt Regency, Phoenix, AZ
Room Rate: $160 per night plus tax.
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Spring 2018 NDAA Executive Committee Meeting
May 17-18, 2018
Coeur D’Alene Resort, Coeur D’Alene, Idaho
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Summer 2018 NDAA Board & Executive Committee Meetings
July 14-15, 2018
The Davenport Grand Hotel, Spokane, WA



National District Attorneys Association files amicus brief with US Supreme Court in Carpenter case
Date: October 3, 2017
ARLINGTON, Virginia — Today, the National District Attorneys Association (NDAA) filed an amicus brief
with the United State Supreme Court in the Timothy Ivory Carpenter v. United States of America case,
which examines Fourth Amendment protections as they relate to cell site location information (CSLI).
NDAA submitted the brief in support of the respondent (US government).
Read full press release


National Traffic Law Center Announces New Publication on Commercial Driver’s Licenses
On October 3, NDAA’s National Traffic Law Center released its newest publication entitled, “Commercial Drivers’ Licenses: A Prosecutor’s Guide to the Basics of Commercial Motor Vehicle Licensing and Violations (Second Edition)”. This publication gives a general overview of the issues surrounding commercial motor vehicle enforcement and the complex federal regulations that govern this topic.  It was written in collaboration with the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA), law enforcement, Traffic Safety Resource Prosecutors (TSRPs) and other traffic safety professionals.

 Visit our publications section to find this and other Traffic Law publications.


Our newest edition of The Prosecutor is now available!
The September 2017 issue addresses a variety of topics including an article on handling mental health issues and the first part in a series discussing police body worn cameras. 

Click here to access the newest edition of The Prosecutor. You will need the member username and password for access. Please contact our membership coordinator if you need the username and password.


NDAA Pushes Congress on Anti-Sex Trafficking Legislation
NDAA continues to put pressure on Congress to pass legislation aimed at holding companies accountable for allowing sex trafficking and other illicit activity to occur on their websites, such as Backpage.com. The Hill recently published an op-ed from NDAA urging Congress to pass the Stop Enabling Sex Traffickers Act of 2017. Read that op-ed here


NDAA Publishes Article on Officer Involved Shooting and Use of Force Protocols
The National District Attorneys Association is partnering with Route Fifty to highlight issues facing state and local prosecutors across the country. The publication goes to thousands of state and local government officials and stakeholders, and each guest article is written by a subject matter expert in the field.

The next article in the series, written by Maricopa County, AZ Attorney Bill Montgomery, focuses on the need for a formal written "Officer Involved Shooting and Use of Force Protocol" to assist prosecutors in addressing a critical incident. The latest article can be found here.


NDAA Elects New Association President at Annual Summer Meeting

On Sunday, July 16, the National District Attorneys Association (NDAA) elected its new leadership for a one year term. Hennepin County Attorney (MN) Michael Freeman was elected as the new President of the association, while District Attorney Jonathan Blodgett from Essex County, MA was elected as the President-Elect. Immediate Past President Michael Ramos was named the association’s Chairman of the Board. A press release was issued announcing the full Executive Committee for the coming year and can be found here.


NDAA Supports Legislation to End Human Trafficking on the Road
In early July, the Senate Commerce, Science and Transportation Committee held a hearing on transportation and its nexus with human trafficking. As part of that hearing, Chairman Thune (R-SD), Ranking Member Nelson (D-FL) and Senator Klobuchar (D-MN) introduced the No Human Trafficking on Our Roads Act, which would ban for life an individual's commercial driver's license if convicted of using a commercial motor vehicle to commit a human trafficking felony. NDAA issued a support letter for that legislation that can be found here


Article Series on Issues Impacting Prosecutors in the Field
NDAA is partnering with the Route Fifty series to highlight criminal justice issues facing prosecutors in the field. The latest article focuses on the prosecution of human trafficking cases. The entire series and all future articles can be found here


NOTE regarding our password
A new username and password were issued to current members in their 2017 welcome packet. These took 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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