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A Conversation with Top Philadelphia Officials 2020

Featuring District Attorney Larry Krasner, City Controller Rebecca Rhynhart, and City Solicitor Marcel Pratt

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Join the Hon. Mark I. Bernstein as Moderator for an interesting discussion about Key Issues, Trends, and Hot Topics Impacting The City of Philadelphia, including:

The DA’s goal to drop low-level drug charges in favor of addiction treatment

  • Shifting our culture to value justice for victims rather than victory for prosecutors
  • Progressive reforms in Philadelphia’s criminal justice system, such as ending mass incarceration and a focus on serious crime
  • The City Controller’s commitment to the efficient and effective operation of Philadelphia government by auditing every department, every year
  • Restoring the public’s trust in government – good government – that works for the people by identifying waste and mismanagement, and rooting out fraud
  • The City Solicitor’s goals for utilizing affirmative litigation to set public policy and a discussion of the most pressing legal issues facing city government in 2020
  • The professional benefits of public service and municipal law practice
  • The intersection and collaboration between City offices
  • …and much more!

Recorded in November 2020.

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Hon. Mark I. Bernstein
District Attorney Lawrence S. Krasner Philadelphia District Attorney's Office
Marcel S. Pratt Esq. Ballard Spahr LLP (Phila)
Rebecca Rhynhart City of Philadelphia Controller's Office
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