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October 25, 2011


Tim Morgan

Only the rich ride for free.

Henry Ferro

The sanction would be landmark and appropriate. This step would begin to curtail some of the prosecutorial abuse that exists in a system where most, if not all the cards are in the hands of prosecutors. Why should prosecutors not be held accountable for their handling or mishandling of cases.


What a joke. Every criminal defendant in every case in the country who wins acquittal or mistrial could make the same stupid arguments. Pointless showboating by an otherwise great lawyer.


This sanction would be a landmark affront to prosecutorial immunity.

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