NAAUSA, continuing its position questioning House and Senate bills amending the Electronic Communications Privacy Act as insufficient, signed-on to the latest letter from law enforcement organizations opposed to the Senate ECPA bill, S 356.

A group of GOP congressmen and law enforcement officials came together on Capitol Hill Wednesday, May 11, to warn against the dangerous federal criminal justice reform legislation currently being considered in the Senate.

Recently the Executive Office of United States Attorneys (EOUSA) issued a revised policy on pay for Assistant United States Attorneys. The policy revisions respond to NAAUSA’s continued insistence in discussions with the Department since 2010 that AUSAs are being paid significantly less than DOJ Trial Attorneys elsewhere in the Department.


The National Association of Assistant United States Attorneys (NAAUSA) is the voice of Assistant United States Attorneys in the Department of Justice and Congress helping safeguard justice and promoting the interests of AUSAs.

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