Here are The Inquirer's profiles of the Democratic candidates for district attorney:
Teresa Carr Deni
Neighborhood: Northeast Philadelphia
Law school: Temple University Beasley School of Law
Resume: Municipal Court judge for 21 years, criminal defense lawyer, lawyer with the city's Board of Revision of Taxes.
Law school: University of Baltimore
Neighborhood: East Mount Airy
Resume: Assistant district attorney (1988-94), founding partner
Of El-Shabazz & Harris (1995-2016), first assistant district attorney (August 2016-February 2017)
Joseph J. “Joe” Khan
Law School: The University of Chicago
Resume: Assistant District Attorney in Philadelphia from August 2000 to November 2006, then Assistant U.S. Attorney for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania until September 2016.
Lawrence "Larry" Krasner
Law School: Stanford Law School
Neighborhood: West Mt. Airy
Resume: Philadelphia public defender's office 1987-1991, federal public defender’s office for two years. Criminal defense private practice since 1993 at Krasner & Long Trial Attorneys.
Richard “Rich” Negrin
Law School: Rutgers University School of Law
Neighborhood: East Falls
Resume: assistant district attorney in Philadelphia from 1995 to 2000, associate general counsel at Aramark, 2005 to 2009, Philadelphia Managing Director 2010-2016.
John “Jack” O’Neill
Law school: Florida State University
Neighborhood: Chestnut Hill
Resume (brief recent jobs rundown): Lawyer at Schatz & Steinberg, February- present; Assistant District Attorney in Philadelphia, 2006- February 2017.
Law school: Rutgers University Camden
Neighborhood: Center City
Resume: Assistant District Attorney at the Philadelphia District Attorney’s Office (1984-1988). Senior Deputy Attorney General at the Pennsylvania Attorney General’s Office (1990-2001), Special Counsel at the Pennsylvania Office of Inspector General (2003-2004), Private practice (2004-Present.)