April 9, 2019
EP. 104 — What Do District Attorneys Do? with District Attorney Rachael Rollins
Rachael Rollins is the first woman of color to be elected as a district attorney in Massachusetts. She joins Jonathan to discuss what the day-to-day life of a DA looks like, the struggles transition team faced , strengthening community bonds, her new approaches to officer involved shootings, and more.
You can find more of DA Rollins’ work on Twitter @DARollins and Instagram @rollins4da.
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