Public Service as a Prosecutor, Serving As a Voice for Victims: Project Safe Childhood

 Thursday, February 27, 2020
 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
 RB 175
 Melissa Montemayor
 For students

The Bartlit Center for Trial Advocacy presents a Lecture Series: Public Service as a Prosecutor 

Jill Koster, Assistant United States Attorney, Northern District of Indiana

Serving As a Voice for Victims: Project Safe Childhood 

“The Crime Victims’ Rights Act bestows upon federal prosecutors the obligation of ensuring that victims are afforded various rights in the federal criminal justice system, including the right to be heard at certain proceedings.  Assistant U.S. Attorney Jill Koster has spent much of her 15-year career as a federal prosecutor handling cases involving victims, including child exploitation, child pornography, forced labor, fraud, identity theft, kidnapping, online threats, sex trafficking, and sextortion offenses.  During this presentation, Ms. Koster will share some of her most memorable moments ensuring that crime victims’ voices were heard in court.” 

 RB 175 - 12:00pm

Lunch will be provided.  

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