Prosecutorial Misconduct and Accountability

NY: A Redeeming Story of Prosecutorial Accountability?

NY: A Redeeming Story of Prosecutorial Accountability?

A Suffolk County prosecutor in Long Island, NY recently lost his job, evidently because he  poorly represented the State in a recent high-profile criminal prosecution and withheld exculpatory evidence. Late last month, leaders in the DA’s office came to court in the...


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