Prosecutor's Council

Matthew G. Whitaker is the former acting Attorney General of the United States (2018 2019) serving between AG Jeff Sessions and AG Bill Barr. During his tenure as acting Attorney General, the Department of Justice focused on reducing violent crime

Chris Boyd, a distinguished prosecuting attorney in Adams County, Idaho, is dedicated to upholding justice. A graduate of the University of Idaho College of Law, he has honed his expertise in various legal domains, including construction, real estate, employment, and

Russell Coleman is an esteemed conservative Republican leader with a steadfast dedication to pro-life and pro-family values. In 2017, President Trump handpicked Russell as the U.S. Attorney for the Western District of Kentucky, a position unanimously confirmed by the U.S.

Brett Hillyer is a dedicated public servant and experienced attorney currently serving his third term in the Ohio House of Representatives, representing the 51st District. With a background in law and a commitment to community service, Hillyer has made significant

David O. Leavitt is the county attorney for Utah County, Utah. Prior to being elected, Leavitt privately practiced and also operated the Leavitt Institute for International Development, playing a significant role in improving legal systems, fighting corruption and fostering integrity

Peter Lucido is the current county prosecutor for McComb County, Michigan. He has previously served as State Representative for the 36th District of Michigan from 2015-2018, he was a fierce advocate for his constituents and all of Macomb County, and

Melissa Nelson took office as the State Attorney for Florida’s Fourth Judicial Circuit in January 2017. There, she leads 300 plus attorneys, staff, and investigators in their pursuit of justice. In 1997, Nelson started her career as an Assistant State

Alan, with over 22 years of experience in law enforcement, is a highly accomplished attorney and founder of the Kirkwood Institute. Serving as the Muscatine County Attorney since 2010, he has been reelected twice and has been a vital figure

Patrick Purtill serves as the Director of Legislative Affairs at Faith & Freedom Coalition and is the Charles Evans Hughes Lecturer in Politics at Colgate University. Previously, Patrick practiced law advising corporations on formation, transactions, corporate governance, and compliance issues.

Tori Verber Salazar is the District Attorney for San Joaquin County, California, overseeing a staff of over 280 employees. After rising through the ranks prosecuting gang related homicides, Verber Salazar became the first woman District Attorney elected to the office