MEMBERSHIP

General Member (Voting Member)

General membership is available to attorneys currently employed in the office of a District Attorney,  City Attorney, Attorney General, United States Attorney, military Judge Advocatve General, or County Counsel, principally engaged in the prosecution of criminal cases.  General members shall be entitled to one vote and may hold elected office in AAPA.

 

Associate Member (Non-Voting Member)

Associate membership is available to attorneys employed in the office of a State Inspector General, or any office of an agency engaged in regulatory activities involving civil or criminal enforcement; law clerks employed in the office of the Attorney General, United States Attorney, State Inspector General, Judge Advocate General or any District Attorney or City Attorney; peace officers; investigators in the office of any District Attorney or City Attorney, victim-witness employees of any District Attorney, individuals retired from any of the above listed organizations not currently engaged in criminal defense or employed by offices that engage in criminal defense work, and law students. Individuals may be Associate members if their duties, responsibilities, or beliefs are consistent to the Mission Statement and Goals of AAPA. Anyone who is personally engaged in any criminal defense practice or has duties, responsibilities or beliefs that are in conflict with the Mission Statement or Goals of AAPA may not be a member. Associate members may not vote or hold elected office in AAPA.

 

Honorary Member (Non-Voting Member)

Any person who has made a significant contribution to the administration of justice may be granted honorary membership in AAPA. The Board of Directors shall establish policies and rules governing the granting of honorary membership. Honorary  members may not vote or hold elected office in AAPA. "Any dispute regarding eligibility under this section shall be referred to the  Board of Directors for determination by majority vote."

 

Supporter (Non-Member)

Any person who is a friend or supporter of AAPA.

Membership Dues

General

 

Associate

 

Supporter/Non-Member

 

Event Tickets *

$30

 

$20

 

$30

 

$20

* Free for members & supporters

BENEFITS

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General membership is available to attorneys currently employed in the office of a District Attorney,  City Attorney, Attorney General, United States Attorney, military Judge Advocatve General, or County Counsel, principally engaged in the prosecution of criminal cases.  General members shall be entitled to one vote and may hold elected office in .

Associate membership is available to attorneys employed in the office of a State Inspector General, or any office of an agency engaged in regulatory activities involving civil or criminal enforcement; law clerks employed in the office of the Attorney General, United States Attorney, State Inspector General, Judge Advocate General or any District Attorney or City Attorney; peace officers; investigators in the office of any District Attorney or City Attorney, victim-witness employees of any District Attorney, individuals retired from any of the above listed organizations not currently engaged in criminal defense or employed by offices that engage in criminal defense work, and law students. Individuals may be Associate members if their duties, responsibilities, or beliefs are consistent to the Mission Statement and Goals of . Anyone who is personally engaged in any criminal defense practice or has duties, responsibilities or beliefs that are in conflict with the Mission Statement or Goals of may not be a member. Associate members may not vote or hold elected office in .

Any person who has made a significant contribution to the administration of justice may be granted honorary membership in . The Board of Directors shall establish policies and rules governing the granting of honorary membership. Honorary  members may not vote or hold elected office in . "Any dispute regarding eligibility under this section shall be referred to the  Board of Directors for determination by majority vote."

Any person who is a friend or supporter of .