Date: Monday, July 22, 2019
July 22nd, 2019
State's Attorney Marilyn Hite Ross
Winnebago County State's Attoroney Marilyn Hite Ross attended the 36th annual National Black Prosecutors Association's Conference last week in Atlanta, Georgia. In addition to hearing from experts on varying topics relating to laws, those in attendance had a chance to attned a forum on domestic violence and a job fair. Below are some photos of the event.
Governor of Georgia Brian Kemp addresses the participants during the Annual National Black Prosecutors Conference.
Winnebago County State's Attorney Marilyn Hite Ross with Bronx District Attorney Darcel Clark and Attorney Ebelechukwu Enedah who spoke about extraditing fugitives from African countries for human trafficking crimes.
Winnebago County State's Attorney Marilyn Hite Ross alonw with 10th Judicial Circuit, Bessemer County District Attorney Minnie Tunstall (standing next to Marilyn) and Madison, WI - Dane County District Attorney's Office, Assistant District Attorney Barbara Franks.
Winnebago County State's Attorney Marilyn Hite Ross alongside New York Attorney General Letitia James at the 2019 National Black Prosecutors Association Conference.
Winnebago County State's Attorney Marilyn Hite Ross with National Black Prosecutors Association President Keith Lamar.
State's Attorney Hite Ross with Fulton County Assistant District Attorney and domestic violence survivor April Ross at the NBPA Conference in Atlanta, GA.
State's Attorney Hite Ross with Director General of the National Agency for the Prohibition of Trafficking in Persons (NAPTIP) Dame Julie Okah-Donli at the NBPA Conference in Atlanta, GA.
State's Attorney Hite Ross standing in between both Jefferson County District Attorney (Bessemer) Division Lynneice Washington and Jefferson County District Attorney (Birmingham) Division Danny Carr and also District Attorney of the state's 4th Judicial Circuit (Selma) Michael W. Jackson at the NBPA Conference in Atlanta, GA.
The National Black Prosecutors Association was established in 1983. It's a professional member organization comprised of over 800 prosecutors in the United States. The NBPA's mission is to recruit, train and advance the careers of minority attorneys as prosecutors at all levels of government. The annual convention serves, not only as a job fair forum, but, more importantly as a comprehensive legal training program for prosecutors.
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