Bronx DA on Justice Reform Laws: “We Will Not Be Able To Do It” Without More Funding

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kdeutsch@bronxjusticenews.com

avana insurance Bronx District Attorney Darcel Clark on Thursday said her office needs millions of dollars in additional funding to enact criminal justice reform laws slated to take effect next year.

order finpecia uk “No matter how willing we are to carry out these reforms, we will not be able to do it without additional resources,” Clark told the City Council’s Committee on the Justice System during testimony at City Hall.

buyer of calcium carbonate in india In prepared remarks, Clark laid out a laundry list of changes she said would require more money from city coffers. Among them: the hiring of 10 new DA investigators to protect cooperating witnesses, at a cost of $610,000; 25 new Trial Preparation Assistants to help redact discovery documents and video footage; and replacement of her office’s  “antiquated” case management system, for which Clark is seeking $2.65 million to purchase and maintain.

aricept cost per year Clark said buying the new technology has become more vital, “specifically because, according to the new law, all discovery must be provided within 15 calendar days of arraignments.”

amlip 5 mg price The state of the art system, Clark said, “will allow us to accurately track cases and individuals.”

isentress cost usa “Currently, we have no way to file electronic discovery and our storage and email systems are overwhelmed.”

sustiva cost without insurance Clark, who created a program that relocates endangered witnesses in the Bronx, said she was particularly concerned about reforms in the new law that will “allow the defendant to learn the identities of witnesses and where they work and live.”

albenza cost Disclosing specific details about witnesses—details prosecutors can keep from defense attorneys  and their clients under current law—will “mean we will seek protective orders in many more cases than we currently do,” Clark said, referring to the orders judges can issue to keep witness details under wraps.

isoptin injection price “This will result in more hearings and significantly more man hours redacting documents and video,” Clark said.

crestor uk During Brooklyn DA Eric Gonzalez’s testimony before the committee, he proposed a solution to the witness safety issue: an online system through which defense attorneys can communicate with prosecution witnesses, without any personal information being publicly shared.

nizoral 2 cream uk “The technology is currently available and could be used by all DAs offices in the city,” Gonzalez said. “But resources are needed to create and maintain that system.”

women's rogaine 5 foam canada De Blasio administration officials said they were assessing the various financial needs of the city DA’s, but have not provided details about additional funding.

About Kevin Deutsch 78 Articles
Kevin Deutsch is a Staff Writer for Bronx Justice News covering Bronx Courts. An award-winning journalist, Deutsch is the author of the true crime books "Pill City" and "The Triangle." He has worked on staff at the Daily News, Miami Herald, Newsday, The Palm Beach Post, and The Riverdale Press. His work has also appeared in Newsweek, Columbia Journalism Review, The New York Times, The Village Voice, The Forward, The Independent, Huffington Post, and the New York Post, among other publications. A Bronx resident, Deutsch hosts the true crime podcast "A Dark Turn" on the Authors on the Air Global Radio Network.

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