House Judiciary Committee Hearing on ‘Victims of Violent Crime in Manhattan’

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April 17, 2023Live Videosshare
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U.S. House Judiciary Committee holds a field hearing on Victims of Violent Crime in Manhattan at 9 a.m. ET on Monday, April 17, in New York City, New York. The hearing will examine Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg’s policies and their consequence on violent crime and their impact on the community for New York City residents.

Jose Alba, former Manhattan bodega clerk; Madeline Brame, chairwoman of the Victims Rights Reform Council and mother of a homicide victim; Jennifer Harrison, founder of Victims Rights NY; Paul DiGiacomo, president of the New York City’s Detectives’ Endowment Association; Robert F. Holden, member of the New York City Council (D-District 30); Joseph Borgen, victim of an anti-Semetic hate crime; and others will testify.

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