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Interview with Commonwealth’s Attorney Bryan Porter

Date(s) - 06/17/2024
10:00 am - 11:00 am

Continuing with AHA’s recent one-on-one discussions with local political leaders, this month’s special guest will be Commonwealth’s Attorney Bryan Porter.

Bryan Porter is the elected Commonwealth’s Attorney for the City of Alexandria, Virginia. Bryan obtained his law degree from the George Mason University School of
Law in 2001. Bryan put himself through law school by working the midnight shift as an Alexandria police officer, and he served as a police officer for over five years.

Immediately after passing the bar exam, Bryan was hired as an Assistant Commonwealth’s Attorney for the City of Alexandria. During his tenure as an assistant, Bryan conducted the investigation and prosecution of hundreds of violent offenses, to include murders, robberies, shootings, gang offenses, narcotics offenses and firearms
offenses. Bryan began his first term as Alexandria’s elected Commonwealth’s Attorney in 2014. He was subsequently re-elected and continues to serve in this capacity.

Bryan has taught constitutional law and civil liability to literally thousands of law enforcement officers and prosecutors. He has taught subjects as varied as prosecutorial ethics, search and seizure, interviews and interrogations, electronic evidence, narcotics prosecution and the prosecution of state RICO cases.

Please register for this Zoom event by June 16 on AHA Hub or to the AHA office: AHA@AtHomeInAlexandria.org or 703-231-0824.