NEW YORK - District attorneys in Manhattan, Brooklyn and the Bronx say they will not prosecute protesters arrested for low-level offenses.

That includes unlawful assembly and disorderly conduct.

The change in policy comes after the NYPD made hundreds of arrests across the city this week.

Manhattan DA Cyrus Vance Jr. says he will decline to prosecute, "in the interest of justice."

The Brooklyn DA's Office tells us that it's already chosen not to prosecute similar arrests.

Meanwhile, the Staten Island DA says they have not received any protest-related arrests.