‘Arrest to Disposition’: An Aug. 25 Online Presentation from the Manhattan D.A.’s Office

Dear Chelsea Community News Reader:
Below, please see a press release announcing an online event we’re proud to present, in partnership with the London Terrace Tenants Association. Please consider joining us for this look inside the mechanizations of the NYPD, the Manhattan District Attorney’s Office, and the court system.

Scott Stiffler, CCNews founder/editor


For Immediate Release: Aug. 19, 2022

Contact: Scott Stiffler / scott@chelseacommunitynews.com

On Thursday, August 25, 2022

800PM to 9:00PM Eastern Time

Via Zoom

Chelsea Community News (CCNews) & the London Terrace Tenants Association

Bring You

Arrest to Disposition

An Online Presentation and Q&A from the Manhattan District Attorney’s Office


Register in advance for this meeting:


After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.

Join Via Audio:

646-558-8656 or 646-931-3860

Meeting ID: 851 6806 3854

Passcode: 197018

ABOUT Arrest to Disposition

Representing the Manhattan District Attorney’s Office, Shawn McMahon, Deputy Chief, Trial Division, will give a 30-minute presentation to explain the role of a District Attorney and the criminal justice process in New York County, as well as chart what takes place from the moment a person is arrested to the sentence a judge would ultimately impose. You’ll come out of the experience with more knowledge and insight on the roles of arresting officers, prosecutors, defenders, and judges. Immediately following the presentation, McMahon will bring his “A” game to a Q&A session that welcomes questions from those in attendance.

Eric Strazza, a Community Engagement Coordinator from the D.A.’s Community Partnerships Unit, will also be on hand during the Q&A. With ready access to the seldom-used MUTE button, CCNews’ Online Event Moderator, Inge Ivchenko (president, London Terrace Tenants Association), will monitor the proceedings to ensure the evening retains a tone of civility and constructive engagement.

Note: This event, co-sponsored by Chelsea Community News and the London Terrace Tenants Association, will be recorded and made available via a web archive link. To receive a notice about its online publication, join our (free) subscriber list or send a request to scott@chelseacommunitynews.com.

Before You Attend: Recommended Reading

June 17, 2022: D.A. Bragg, Manhattan Small Business Alliance Announce Comprehensive Plan to Help Tackle Rise in Retail Theft


March 7, 2022: D.A. Bragg Creates “Pathways to Public Safety” Division to Elevate the use of Alternatives to Incarceration Across D.A.’s Office


February 4, 2022: Key Elements Conveyed in the Manhattan District Attorney’s Jan. 3, 2022 Memorandum


January 3, 2022: Achieving Fairness and Safety/Policy & Procedure Memorandum



Link to July 19, 2022 CCNews Online Event


Link to August 11, 2022 CCNews Online Event



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