Ensuring that the public and the press receive accurate information on the work of Assistant United States Attorneys, NAAUSA responded to a recent Washington Post editorial on the sentencing of Stephanie George. As a former AUSA said "The truth is that our people do the work that needs doing to keep us safe."

NAAUSA has asked seventeen law enforcement groups to join its campaign to oppose changes to mandatory minimum sentences.  Among the groups contacted are the Fraternal Order of Police, National Center for Victims of Crime, the National District Attorneys Association and the FBI Agents Association.

NAAUSA's survey on Mandatory Minimums generated hundreds of comments opposing proposed legislation to change Mandatory Minimums.  A summary of the survey results will be published in the next issue of the NAAUSA News.

I write to express our Association's concerns about a recent change of policy in the District of Columbia United States Attorney's Office regarding the ending of time off awards for AUSAs who must work Saturday and federal holidays to perform arrest intake responsibilities in the District of Columbia Superior Court.


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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