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Do prosecutors know the truth from a lie?

Word is that California plans to make it a felony for prosecutors to hide exculpatory evidence from the defense.  That’s harsh: to the prosecutor cerebellum, “exculpatory evidence” is a contradiction in terms. After all, the defendant is obviously guilty or they … Continue reading

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The prosecutor instructs the Grand Jury

What did the Staten Island prosecutor say to the grand jurors to make them decide that Police Officer Pantaleo had committed no crime at all when there’s a video showing him choking an unarmed man to death? Nobody knows, because grand … Continue reading

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Six exciting People’s positions with illustrations

Prosecutors don’t have thoughts, ideas or beliefs – they have positions. As in, “It is the People’s position that we don’t have to turn over that information.” Add spice to your courtroom life by trying out these steamy People’s positions. … Continue reading

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