Thursday, June 17, 2010

Prosecutors seek to vacate sentence admitting to "inadvertent nondisclosure"

In yet another example of either misconduct or negligence by prosecutors, the Blog of the Legal Times is reporting that federal prosecutors want a prison sentence vacated and the indictment dismissed by the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit because of what they call an “inadvertent nondisclosure” of potentially impeaching material about the defendant's statement to police. Go here for a copy of the prosecution's three-page motion. For many more stories regarding prosecutorial misconduct over the last year and a half go here.

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