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Enforcing Justice: A Conservative Approach to The Criminal Justice System



The American Conservative Union (ACU), through its Nolan Center for Justice is committed to promoting a criminal justice system that strengthens public safety, government accountability and champions redemption and human dignity with a Conservative worldview.


Our efforts with current and former prosecutors are crucial in paving the way towards systemic improvement. At the front of our initiative is the Prosecutor and Law Enforcement Council, a group of seasoned professional dedicated to advancing a justice system that embodies our conservative values. By working closely with CPAC and the ACU, the council plays a pivotal role in shaping policies, identifying training opportunities, and developing best practices that resonate with fairness, accountability, and redemption.


The recent CPAC session titled "Going Full Hungarian: Stopping Georgey Soros" cast a spotlight on the urgent issues plaguing our justice system, as articulated by notable figures and members of our Prosecutor and Law Enforcement Council, such as Matt Whitaker, Fmr. Acting U.S. Attorney General, Andrew Bailey, Attorney General of Missouri, Pete Lucido, Macomb County Prosecutor, and Kent Volkmer, Pinal County Attorney. Dave Sunday, York County District Attorney, also addressed the CPAC crowd, emphasizing the need for conservative values of accountability and redemption, advocating for a justice system that upholds these ideals.


Pete Lucido criticized the weaponization of prosecutorial powers and the impact on justice, citing political biases and a deviation from principles of fairness and due process. Andrew Bailey highlighted the adverse effects of unchecked illegal border crossings, including increased fentanyl overdoses and human trafficking, blaming the Biden Administration's failure to enforce laws. Kent Volkmer, Pinal County Attorney, highlighted the crucial balance between mercy and accountability emphasizing that "Prosecutors have an absolute need for some level of mercy, but there also must be personal accountability...when we choose not to exercise entire classes of crime, that's when you start having [a] crisis." The discussion revolved around the alarming rise in fentanyl and human trafficking cases, a direct consequence of the crisis at the border and liberal prosecutors, highlighting how these issues detrimentally affect the wellbeing of states across the nation.


As we forge ahead, the Nolan Center for Justice and CPAC remain committed in our mission to advance a justice system that is fair, accountable, and respectful of human dignity. We are inspired by the insights shared during the CPAC session and are committed to mobilizing these ideas into actionable reforms.


To delve deeper into the panel's comprehensive discussion on the weaponization of the justice system we encourage you to explore the full session available on Rumble @CPAC.

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