The escalation of gun violence on Staten Island streets this year has a bevy of complex causes, and District Attorney Michael E. McMahon contends that an equally-compounded approach to rectifying the issue is the only route to meaningful change.
Summer heat and temper flare-ups. Angst and anger over monthslong coronavirus lockdowns and restrictions.
Those are just some of the factors that have ignited a recent spate of gun violence in the borough, which in a matter of days…
District Attorney Michael McMahon released a statement on Friday promising to address and prevent racial bias in the criminal justice system.
Emptying jails is a dangerous fantasy: The city must remain safe and keeping violent people on Rikers Island is no ‘death sentence’
Groups of zealots have argued that the coronavirus pandemic should lead all New Yorkers to eagerly embrace a drastic reduction in the jail and prison population.
The Staten Island District Attorney is getting the word out that there are still resources for those living with their abusers.
Amid the spread of coronavirus, district attorney to honor National Crime Victims’ Rights Week online
Even though large public gatherings are banned amid the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19), DA McMahon is asking Staten Islanders to come together virtually to mark National Crime Victims’ Rights Week.
DA McMahon is warning Staten Islanders of potential scams aimed at taking personal information from borough residents seeking their government stimulus checks that are part of the largest stimulus relief package in American history.
As the coronavirus rolls through NYC, quarantining people in homes across the five boroughs, some victims of domestic violence are being faced with a reality that forces them to be confined with their abusers.
District Attorney Michael E. McMahon has this message for anyone assuming they can take advantage of the coronavirus (COVID-19) epidemic to break the law: No, you can’t.
Since taking office four years ago, McMahon has boosted the number of assistant district attorneys to 80 from 45.