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Assessment Visit to Afghanistan by the Public-Private Partnership


Kabul, Afghanistan
February 23, 2008

In late February, Robert O’Brien, Co-chair of the Public-Private Partnership for Justice Reform in Afghanistan, and Judge David Carter, U.S. District Court for the Central District of California, traveled to Afghanistan to survey first-hand the needs of the Afghan justice system. During the assessment visit, Mr. O’Brien and Judge Carter met with the Attorney General, the Chief Justice, the Afghan Criminal Justice Task Force, women members of the judiciary, the Legal Aid Organization of Afghanistan, and the Afghan Prosecutors Association. [State Dept. photos]

Left to right: Judge David Carter and Robert O'Brien at the American Embassy in Kabul. [State Dept. photo]
Left to right: Judge David Carter and Robert O'Brien at the American Embassy in Kabul.
Left to right: Robert O'Brien, Afghan Attorney General Abdul Jabar Sabit, and Judge David Carter at the Attorney General’s Office in Kabul. [State Dept. photo]
Left to right: Robert O'Brien, Afghan Attorney General Abdul Jabar Sabit, and Judge David Carter at the Attorney General’s Office in Kabul.
Judge David Carter (second from left) and Robert O'Brien with two Afghan women judges of the Criminal Justice Task Force in Kabul. [State Dept. photo]
Judge David Carter (second from left) and Robert O'Brien with two Afghan women judges of the Criminal Justice Task Force in Kabul.
Judge David Carter and Robert O'Brien with members of the Afghan Prosecutors Association and the Justice Sector Support Program in Kabul. [State Dept. photo]
Judge David Carter and Robert O'Brien with members of the Afghan Prosecutors Association and the Justice Sector Support Program in Kabul.


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