Saturday, January 18, 2014
Yet another judge finds that government lawyers committed egregious misconduct
Just a few days ago I posted links to articles and editorials commenting on the many cases where judges have found prosecutorial misconduct. This week the Blog of the Legal Times is reporting on yet another case involving misconduct of government lawyers. In this case, a litigation that challenges how the Federal Bureau of Prisons treats inmates classified as terrorists, the judge stated that lawyers in the U.S. attorney's office in Washington committed "egregious misconduct" in their handling of discovery. Go here for the full story.