2019 Community-Oriented Defender (COD) Network Conference 
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Wednesday, June 5 • 4:00pm - 5:30pm
Discussion Group: E-Incarceration

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The application of technology to pretrial criminal proceedings has changed the landscape of criminal justice, and its effects have been felt differently in varying jurisdictions and settings. The use of these tools and processes has created for many an environment of “e-incarceration,” circumstances that are tantamount to jailing outside of a jail. This discussion group will explore how different parts of the country are using electronic monitoring, predictive policing, and pretrial supervision. Attendees will hear from practitioners who collectively represent a broad spectrum of jurisdictions, with discussion points including a focus on successes, challenges, and recommendations.


Manda Mitteer

Holistic Defense Director/Family Division Chief, Muskegon County Office of the Public Defender
Manda Mitteer holds a Master of Social Work degree from Grand Valley State University and earned her law degree from Thomas M. Cooley Law School in 2008. She worked for the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services in child welfare for several years before attending law school... Read More →
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Michael Mrozinski

Staff Attorney, Defender Legal Services, National Legal Aid & Defender Association
Michael is the staff attorney in NLADA’s Defender Legal Services division. He supports the work of public defenders nationwide, as well as improvements to indigent defense systems, through research, policy, training and technical assistance, and development of resources and toolkits... Read More →

Yung-Mi Lee

Staff Attorney, Brooklyn Defender Services
Yung-Mi Lee was born in Korea and spent six years of her childhood in Uganda, East Africa. She received her bachelor of arts degree from the University of Chicago and her juris doctorate degree from Boston University School of Law. Yung-Mi began her legal career as a law secretary... Read More →

David Miller

Deputy Director, Policy Initiatives, National Legal Aid & Defender Assc
David Miller works to promote state and federal policies that expand access to justice for those who cannot afford to pay for legal counsel. He represents civil legal aid and public defender organizations in national conversations and manages NLADA’s advocacy across a range of issues... Read More →

Roxana Sirk

Director of Programs, MSW, 2nd Judicial Circuit Public Defender
Responsible for implementing the holistic defense model for the 2nd Judicial Circuit Public Defender's office in Aiken, SC. As a Director of PD Programs and an MSW, oversees the overall functioning of the office and administrative staff. Responsible for conducting clients' need assessments... Read More →

Wednesday June 5, 2019 4:00pm - 5:30pm EDT
Harborview II 2nd Floor

Attendees (8)