Study: Prosecutors Not Disciplined | 91 cases where courts found misconduct, TX bar did nothing.

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Study: Prosecutors Not Disciplined | 91 cases where courts found misconduct, TX bar did nothing.

Study: Prosecutors Not Disciplined | 91 cases where courts found misconduct, TX bar did nothing.

Monkey business as usual and sounds familiar. I guess this is a pattern throughout the U.S.!

Texas Tribune-

In 91 criminal cases in Texas since 2004, the courts decided that prosecutors committed misconduct, ranging from hiding evidence to making improper arguments to the jury, according to data that the Innocence Project will release today.

None of those prosecutors has ever been disciplined.

“It paints a bleak picture about what’s going on with accountability and prosecutors,” said Cookie Ridolfi, founder of the Northern California Innocence Project, who researched misconduct data in Texas and other states.

[TEXAS TRIBUNE]

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One Response to “Study: Prosecutors Not Disciplined | 91 cases where courts found misconduct, TX bar did nothing.”

  1. Ken Hansen says:

    It must be similar in other states, Florida and Maryland for example. Is the Bar a clubhouse of sorts, where only the little fish are sanctioned but when you’re getting paid by big Banks, the rules change?

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