Manhattan District Attorney Backtracks on Controversial Crime Policies

1 year ago
Democrat Alvin Bragg took over as the Manhattan District Attorney on Jan. 1 and soon introduced criminal policies that attracted criticism for being too soft on crime. A month into his office, Bragg is now backtracking on policies, presenting a tougher stance on crime. In his “Day One” memorandum issued after assuming the post, Bragg stated that the District Attorney’s office would no longer consider resisting arrest, fare evasion, and other nonviolent crimes for prosecution. I...
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