Milica Bogetic is a Staff Investigator with the Legal Aid Society in New York, NY. Previously Milica served in a similar capacity as a Fellow Investigator with the Public Defender Service in Washington, D.C. Her positions with the Legal Aid Society in New York and the Public Defender Service in Washington have given her specialized experience in rigorous factual investigation of criminal cases. Milica earned her Masters in Labor Studies at the City University of New York, where her most recent writing focused on emotional labor of staff at public defender organizations and, separately, the political power of police unions. She earned her undergraduate degree with honors in history and cultural studies at Franklin University in Lugano, Switzerland where she wrote about constitutional history and sex work. Milica is interested in disability justice, drug policy, and abolition.