Anna-Sigga Nicolazzi is a former prosecutor in the Brooklyn District Attorney's Office, one of the largest and busiest offices in the country. She was Chief of Trials in the Homicide Bureau, and served in the office for 21-years, the last 16 of which were in Homicide. Early on, Nicolazzi quickly climbed the ranks to reach the elite Homicide Bureau, where she specialized in multiple defendant and other complex cases. Nicolazzi tried over 50 felony cases to verdict and is a renowned homicide prosecutor. Additionally, the compassion and support she provides to victims’ families has become her hallmark. Notable cases Nicolazzi has tried include: the murder of Hunter College student Ramona Moore, the targeting and murder of Michael Sandy, the shooting death of New York City Police Officer Russel Timoshenko; and the murder of ABC news radio personality George Weber. Nicolazzi's cases and prosecutorial style have been profiled in numerous local and national news outlets, including The New York Times, New York Magazine, and Vanity Fair, and she has frequently appeared as a legal analyst on multiple networks, notably FOX, ABC, CBS, CNBC and HLN. She also co-hosted Investigation Discovery’s six-part series, “Did He Do It,” with Darren Kavinoky in 2015. For the past four years, she has served on the faculty of Harvard Law School’s Trial Advocacy Program. She has also lectured locally and nationally and participates in multiple professional associations.