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State and local prosecutors handle the majority of criminal prosecutions (98%) that occur in the United States.  In 2005, our nation's prosecutors handled more than 9.9 million cases, an increase of nearly 1 million cases since 2001. With this increase in caseload, prosecutors' offices across the country are in vital need of quality training and timely resources.  

Your donation will ensure that the Association of Prosecuting Attorneys will be able to represent all prosecutors and provide training and technical assistance in an effort to develop proactive innovative prosecutorial practices that prevent crime, ensure equal justice and make our communities safer. Plus, your donation may be tax deductable!

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Footnote: [1] Perry, Steven W.  (2005)  Prosecutors in State Courts, 2005.  Bureau of Justice Statistics Bulletin.  U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Justice Programs, Bureau of Justice Statistics:  Washington, D.C.

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