Virtual: Remote Work and Court Room Proceedings

April 22, 2020

1:00 pm EST
60-minute presentation includes a Q&A session 

During this global pandemic, many prosecutors’ offices and courts are shifting to
remote work and remote court proceedings. CNA and NDAA are hosting a virtual
discussion to help you understand the various technologies that offices around the
country are implementing, such as Zoom, Microsoft Teams, and iTether. During this
discussion, three offices will share how they are conducting remote work, what is
working well, and their challenges and strategies associated with remote work and
court proceedings. Please join us for this virtual discussion on Wednesday, April 22,
2020, from 1-2 PM EDT.

This will be an interactive session, featuring Damon Mosler, San Diego, CA Deputy
District Attorney; Theresa Fuller, Manager of Victim Services and Adult Diversion
for the Pinal County, AZ, Attorney’s Office; and Patrick Muscat, Deputy Chief of the
Special Prosecutions Division for the Wayne County, MI, Prosecutor’s Office.

To ensure that we are addressing your concerns, please share any specific topics
that you would like addressed during the virtual discussion (e.g., specific questions
on building capacity to work remotely). Please enter your questions when you

Presented by:

Damon Mosler
Chief, Economic Crimes Division
San Diego County District Attorney’s Office

Theresa Fuller
Manager, Victim Services and Adult Diversion
Pinal County Attorney’s Office

Patrick Muscat
Deputy Chief, Special Prosecutions Division
Wayne County Prosecutor’s Office

Jennifer Webb-McRae
Cumberland County Prosecutor
Cumberland County Prosecutor’s Office

Registration for this event is free!


Questions about this event? Contact CNA at

For additional information, please contact Kiona D. Gaines at

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