David Navarro works at the Office of the Illinois Attorney General where he serves as Chief of the Public Integrity Bureau. Prior to that, he served as an assistant state’s attorney with the Cook County State’s Attorney’s Office for over 15 years.
While at the State’s Attorney’s Office, he tried numerous cases ranging from narcotics to murder. He also served as Supervisor of the Professional Standards Unit, which investigated allegations of police corruption along with allegations of excessive force and all officer involved shootings in Cook County. He was appointed as a Special Assistant U.S. Attorney in 2007 to work on an investigation involving the Chicago Police Department.
He teaches at The John Marshall Law School where he is an adjunct faculty member. He graduated from the University of Iowa-College of Law and the University of Chicago. He is a past president of the Hispanic Prosecutors Association.