National Association of Assistant U.S. Attorneys
NAAUSA was founded to promote, protect, serve, and advocate for the common interests of this nation's front-line federal prosecutors and civil attorneys dedicated to safeguarding justice for all Americans as Assistant United States Attorneys.
Survey on NAAUSA Priority Issues
The NAAUSA Board of Directors has been reviewing and updating NAAUSA’s advocacy priorities to assure that they align with the views and priorities of AUSAs across the country. The start of a new Administration provides an especially good time to conduct this assessment. NAAUSA is asking every member to participate in a survey about work life, legal policy and legislative issues and the attention that NAAUSA should devote to them. The survey will close on February 17, 2017.Take Survey
Joint Letter to Trump-Pence Administration
We represent the voice of career federal prosecutors, law enforcement officers, and agents across the country, and we are all current and former federal law enforcement officials. We write to make clear our strong and unequivocal opposition to legislative proposals that may resurface during the 115th Congress, akin to measures that were under consideration during the current Congress.Read More
Sentencing Reform Leads to More Violent Crime
Not all crimes are preventable — but some are. The serious crimes that have been committed recently by lawfully convicted felons who were prematurely released from prison as a result of so-called sentencing reforms, when these felons otherwise would have still been in prison, clearly could have been prevented.Read More
Letter Advocating for Reasonable Accommodations for AUSAs
NAAUSA asks Director of the National Advocacy Center to make overnight accommodations available to AUSAs in training with caregiving responsibilities.Read More
Letter on New Administratively Determined Pay Chart for AUSAs
Recently the Executive Office of United States Attorneys (EOUSA) issued a revised policy on pay for Assistant United States Attorneys.Read More
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