Category Archives: prosecutorial misconduct

Forensics: These DAs should be ashamed. After Ledell Lee’s Execution, Another Man’s DNA Is Found on the Murder Weapon

Lawyers’ request to conduct additional DNA testing before Ledell Lee was executed had been denied. — Read on http://www.nytimes.com/2021/05/07/us/ledell-lee-dna-testing-arkansas.html

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Forensics: Philadelphia’s exonerations call decades of police homicide investigations into question

Ex-DA says this never happens. Current DA says otherwise. Witnesses and suspects say detectives threatened, assaulted, and coerced them to get statements. Detectives say those are lies by fearful witnesses who need an excuse to recant. — Read on http://www.inquirer.com/crime/a/philadelphia-murder-exonerations-wrongful-convictions-20210507.html

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Forensics: Prosecutors Wrongfully Convicted Three Men Who Spent 24 Years Behind Bars. Will They Be Disbarred?

A group is filing complaints against current and former Queens prosecutors who have been criticized by judges for misconduct. — Read on gothamist.com/news/prosecutors-wrongfully-convicted-three-men-who-spent-24-years-behind-bars-will-they-be-disbarred

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Forensics: Gaffe? Let’s get real. NYC’s 5 DA offices wound up with recordings of confidential jailhouse calls.

These reporters are so naive. A massive gaffe that led to the wrongful recording of hundreds of confidential jailhouse calls between New York City inmates and their legal advisers spread well beyond the Bronx and Brooklyn — and dates back … Continue reading

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Forensics: Don’t believe what the cops say. What secret files on police officers tell us about misconduct – Los Angeles Times

Forensic examiners beware. Two years after Senate Bill 1421 opened up police records kept secret for decades, the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department released a cache of disciplinary records that reveal new details about deputy misconduct. — Read on http://www.latimes.com/california/story/2021-03-19/sb-1421-sheriffs-department-disclosure

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Forensics: DA misconduct. Kansas’ Terra Morehead no longer prosecuting criminal cases

A primer on an unbridled malicious prosecutor. She still has a job in the DAs office. Kansas prosecutor Terra Morehead wrongfully put Lamonte McIntyre in prison for 23 years for murder. She’s no longer be handling criminal cases. That’s a … Continue reading

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Forensics: This DA integrity unit works! How a judge decided lies and reward money led a jury to wrongfully convict a Dallas man in a deadly robbery

Back in ’87 it was “no evidence, no DNA, no fingerprints, NO PROBLEM!” A Dallas man’s conviction in a 1987 deadly robbery should be overturned because prosecutors withheld evidence and the star witness lied about how many… — Read on … Continue reading

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Forenscis: DA bad. NYC judge slams prosecutor’s office behind the wrongful homicide convictions of three men

82% of exons involve DA evidence misconduct. Nat’l Registration of Exonerations. NYC judge slams prosecutor’s office behind the wrongful homicide convictions of three men – CNNPolitics — Read on amp.cnn.com/cnn/2021/03/05/politics/queens-ny-wrongful-convictions/index.html

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Forensics: The Cattorney was a forensic scofflaw. Grits for Breakfast: Dallas News to AG: Don’t go looking for trouble by nixing arson review

The viral vid of the Zoom “I am not a cat” lawyer didnt tell his entire story. Grits for Breakfast: Dallas News to AG: Don’t go looking for trouble by nixing arson review — Read on gritsforbreakfast.blogspot.com/2013/10/dallas-news-to-ag-dont-go-looking-for.html

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Forensics: Houston Doctor Fired for Giving Away Doses of Covid Vaccine

Some DAs have no soul. Especially in Texas. As usual politicians continue to screw-up public health response to the pandemic. This guy has been professionally lynched. Ten doses of the Covid-19 vaccine would expire within hours, so a Houston doctor … Continue reading

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