ON DEMAND: Holding Public Officials Accountable to the Rule of Law

Class recorded April 30, 2021.

L.A. County Inspector General Max Huntsman will speak about public corruption cases prosecuted in the County. The discussion will cover the importance of the public taking an active role in government, the criminal laws that cover public and elected officials, the creative ways they get broken and how public officials can be held accountable under the Rule of Law.

  • Real-life examples of public corruption cases 
  • Why enforcing anti-corruption laws against public and elected officials is so important to democracy and the Rule of Law
  • How the public can take an active role in government
  • The criminals laws that cover public and elected officials specifically

Presented by: Max Huntsman, Inspector General, L.A. County Inspector General’s Office

Registration fee: FREE

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