The Office of the District Attorney of Philadelphia is the largest prosecutor's office in Pennsylvania, and one of the largest in the nation. It serves the more than 1.5 million citizens of the City and County of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The current District Attorney of Philadelphia is Larry Krasner. The district attorney represents ...
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Lawrence S. Krasner was officially sworn in on January 2, 2017, as the City of Philadelphia's 26th District Attorney. Before being elected District Attorney, Mr. Krasner served of-counsel at Greenblatt, Pierce, Funt, and Flores, LLC. Larry was born in 1961 in St. Louis, the son of a World War II veteran and author father and ...
Dec 31, 2017 ... What the election of a far-left progressive in one of the country's largest district attorney offices means for criminal justice reform and the future of the Democratic Party.
Jan 6, 2018 ... It is one of the most shocking and drastic shakeups of the District Attorney's Office that anyone can recall..
Jan 6, 2018 ... Three days into new Philadelphia District Attorney Larry Krasner's tenure, numerous assistant district attorneys found out they will not be part of his staff, sources said.
4 days ago ... In yet another headline-grabbing announcement, Philadelphia's new District Attorney Larry Krasner announced Wednesday the end of cash bail for low-level offenses effective immediately.
Jan 10, 2018 ... PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Philadelphia's new district attorney revealed his first round of hires Tuesday. The announcement comes days after more than 30 people were asked to resign. DA Larry Krasner took questions from reporters and also introduced five of his new top supervisors. The list includes Arun ...
Jan 13, 2018 ... PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — It's been a tumultuous two weeks as Philadelphia District Attorney for Larry Krasner. He's fired 33 people and says he's hired 45 new employees. Among the hires is his new first assistant — an unconventional choice. Judge Carolyn Temin graduated from law school 60 years ago.