Here is a link to a recent article in the Huffington Post that discusses the fact that the names of misbehaving prosecutors are rarely if ever included in appellate court opinions that find misconduct.
There's no formal rule precluding the publication of a prosecutor's name in an opinion. Apparently, the practice is rooted in what some call "professional courtesy." But I don't see why a prosecutor should deserve professional courtesy if they are found to have engaged in misconduct, particularly when other lawyers are not granted the same courtesy in published disciplinary decisions. I just don't think there's a legitimate argument as to why
prosecutors should get more protection from allegations of wrongdoing
than other attorneys.
Thanks to the Legal Ethics Forum for the link to the article.