Office Of Indiana Attorney General Helps Train Prosecutors From Mexico Through Bilateral Alliance

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As part of a U.S.-Mexico alliance, staff from the Office of the Indiana Attorney General this month presented a training webinar to Mexican prosecutors. More than 450 participants in locations across Mexico connected via the internet to participate in a two-and-a-half hour interactive video session led by Chief Deputy Attorney General Aaron Negangard and Director of Investigations Harry Dunn.

Presented in coordination with the Attorney General Alliance, the training addressed the topic of “Taking the Criminal Case from Complaint to Trial.” As translators provided voiceovers in Spanish, Negangard and Dunn explored the various roles of prosecutors from the points at which they receive notice of criminal allegations through the culmination of court cases.

“Beyond maintaining strong relationships with our counterparts in other states, we also work wherever possible to forge professional bonds with peers in other countries,” Attorney General Curtis Hill said. “I’m pleased that these seasoned staff members from our office were able to share their expertise in this manner.”

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