NAAUSA President Steve Cook and Senator Jeff Sessions (R-AL) meet to discuss the Sentencing Reform and Corrections Act of 2015, which weaken the ability of federal prosecutors to bring drug dealers to justice and prematurely release thousands of previously convicted drug traffickers and violent felons.
Steve Cook, NAAUSA President and Larry Leiser, NAAUSA VP, answer questions at NAAUSA’s press conference which was held July 17 to release to the public NAAUSA’s white paper: :The Myths of Federal Sentencing Reform”
Steve Cook, NAAUSA President and Steve Wasserman, NAAUSA Treasurer, answer questions from Senate staffers on sentencing reform.
Larry Leiser, NAAUSA Vice President, (standing), Steve Cook, NAAUSA President, and Steve Wasserman, NAAUSA Treasurer, at the July 27 House briefing discuss the facts and myths on sentencing reform.
NAAUSA Executive Committee members, Steve Wasserman (left), Steve Cook, Senator Grassley (R-IA) and Larry Leiser met to thank the Senator for his long-time support of NAAUSA’s positon on the Smarter Sentencing Act.
NAAUSA writes to OPM to express grave concerns over multiple breaches of OPM databases exposes every AUSA to grave risks to their personal safety and the security of their families. Background checks are a prerequiste for the employments of every AUSA.
NAAUSA calls the OPM responses to date as insufficient and calls for new leadership at OPM.