Law Review Articles
While most prosecutors adhere to the maxim that their primary task is to obtain just results, there are some who violate their ethical responsibilities in order to rack up convictions.
The Court should abandon its confusing absolute prosecutorial immunity jurisprudence once and for all.
The criminal prosecutor ‘‘may strike hard blows,’’ but ‘‘he is not at liberty to strike foul ones.’’ Prosecutors routinely strike foul blows, obtaining convictions while concealing evidence.
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