Wednesday, December 8, 2010

Story on the California report on prosecutorial misconduct

Back in October, I reported on a recent study concluded that California courts discipline fewer than 1% of prosecutors they find committed misconduct. (See here.) About two weeks after that, the California state bar, led by recently-appointed Chief Trial Counsel Jim Towery, announed it was going to investigate 130 prosecutors who were identified in that study. (See here.) The story is now addressed in a short article in the current issue of the ABA Journal, available here.

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