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Prosecutorial Misconduct

Bruce’s observations on some of the most recent, disgraceful conduct of Trump and Barr, and of the heroism of some of our career public servants in reaction to that conduct, from the perspective of one who served as a DOJ prosecutor for eleven years during the Reagan, Bush (41) and Clinton administrations.

By Bruce L. Udolf, P.A. |

For whatever it may be worth, here are some observations on some of the most recent, disgraceful conduct of Trump and Barr, and of the heroism of some of our career public servants in reaction to that conduct, from the perspective of one who served as a DOJ prosecutor for eleven years during the… Read More »

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U.S. judges see ‘epidemic’ of prosecutorial misconduct in state

By Bruce L. Udolf, P.A. |

The hearing seemed largely routine until a state prosecutor approached the lectern. Deputy Atty. Gen. Kevin R. Vienna was there to urge three judges on the U.S. 9th Circuit Court of Appeals to uphold murder convictions against Johnny Baca for two 1995 killings in Riverside County. Other courts had already determined that prosecutors had… Read More »

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Prosecutorial Misconduct

By Bruce L. Udolf, P.A. |

Our system of criminal justice, though largely inherited from Great Britain, has historically been more vulnerable to corruption by prosecutorial misconduct than that of our colonial antecedents. This has been variously attributed to the fact that prosecutors in our system, unlike that of the Brits (where the barrister alternates between prosecution and defense functions),… Read More »

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