Sexual violence cases present unique ethical challenges related to victim privacy and confidentiality, prosecutorial discretion, recantation, and disclosure of evidence. This presentation will address the ethical considerations outlined above in the context of charging decisions, the investigative function of a prosecutor, jury selection, and victims’ rights. The presenters will use hypothetical case scenarios to challenge prosecutors to evaluate their decision-making in the context of ethical rules and principles. The presenters will also explore how social distancing and quarantine measures in response to the COVID-19 pandemic may affect how prosecutors meet their ethical obligations, including when it comes to providing discovery and ensuring victims’ rights are upheld. Objectives At the conclusion of this presentation, participants will be better able to: Identify ethical responsibilities at each stage of the criminal justice process. Navigate ethical challenges related to prosecutorial discretion, recantation, and disclosure of evidence. Approach issues pertaining to charging, social media investigations, jury selection, and victims’ rights within an ethical framework.