Law school hosts King County Prosecuting Attorney candidate debate

September 6, 2018

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PLEASE NOTE: Since this announcement was first published, Daron Morris has suspended his campaign. The debate is now canceled.

King County Prosecuting Attorney candidates will face off at a debate hosted by Seattle University School of Law on Sept. 25.

The event is free and open to the public.

Deborah Ahrens

Professor Deborah Ahrens, who teaches criminal law, will moderate the debate between incumbent Dan Satterberg and challenger Daron Morris. Satterberg has held the office for 11 years; this is the first time he's faced a challenger since he first ran. Morris is a 20-year public defender who has practiced in Seattle and New York City.

Tuesday, Sept. 25, 2018
Sullivan Hall, 12th Avenue and E. Columbia
Room C-6
6 - 7: 30 p.m.

The format of the debate is as follows:
• 5-minute lightning round
• 60-minute long answer round
• 15-minute audience Q&A

The debate is co-sponsored by the law school's Access to Justice Institute and the student group Future Prosecutors for Social Justice.

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