Tag Archives: American Bar Association

Amnesty for admitting prosecutorial misconduct, and other conviction corruption solutions.

In the email below, I detailed specific actions that parties on the public payroll that are participating in conviction corruption – either directly or indirectly – must take. It was my job decades ago to walk into a warehouse or … Continue reading

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(An incomplete) Dissent by Chief Judge Kozinski, USA v Kenneth R Olsen. Judge Kozinski is being congratulated on the content of his dissent, although Brady v Maryland (1963) and Connick v Thompson (2011) aren’t the only Supreme Court of the … Continue reading

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Kelly Michael Brady’s 30-60 year sentence rips off MI taxpayers

Man pleads guilty for 1991 homicide in Dearborn | The Detroit News A 45-year-old Florida man who confessed to a 1991 Dearborn homicide last year pleaded guilty of the crime in court this week … Brady pleaded guilty under a … Continue reading

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Finalize my arguments for TIGTA complaint no. 55-1106-0136-C? Nuts.

Bar associations were tasked in various U.S. Supreme Court rulings to address public lawyer misconduct. The Justices relatively recent Connick v Thompson ruling was written in the sure knowledge that Bar associations are burying misconduct, keeping innocents behind bars and killers … Continue reading

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The scandalously ineffectual, expanding Innocence Industry

About CPI ยป Center for Prosecutor Integrity The mission of the Center for Prosecutor Integrity is to preserve the presumption of innocence, assure equal treatment under the law, and end wrongful convictions through the enhancement of prosecutor ethics. CPI seeks to increase … Continue reading

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FL Bar Association ignores prosecutorial misconduct to zoom in on sports. Yes, sports.

NCAA contacted over Florida Bar Association probe of Shapiro lawyer – CBSSports.com The NCAA has been contacted as part of a Florida Bar grievance committee investigation of South Florida attorney Maria Elena Perez, a source told CBSSports.com. via NCAA contacted … Continue reading

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Ryan Ferguson freed; prosecutors suppressed evidence.

Ryan Ferguson Update: Missouri attorney general will not re-try man jailed for nearly a decade – Crimesider – CBS News The appeals court ruled that Boone County prosecutors violated federal law by failing to share several pieces of evidence with … Continue reading

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@HuffingtonPost, consider the @innocence source: rewrite; reveal Debra Baker Masters related homicide.

For the First Time Ever, a Prosecutor Will Go to Jail for Wrongfully Convicting an Innocent Man | Mark Godsey What’s newsworthy and novel about today’s plea is that a prosecutor was actually punished in a meaningful way for his … Continue reading

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@AP is OK with 10 days in jail for costing Michael Morton 25 years of his life, and Debra Masters Baker her very life.

Ex-prosecutor gets jail for wrongful conviction | http://www.mystatesman.com Morton’s attorneys announced afterward there will be an audit of all cases previously handled by Anderson to look for other alleged misconduct … Morton said his only goal since being freed was … Continue reading

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Know this to be true before it personally affects you.

Prosecutorial misconduct alleged in half of capital cases There seldom are consequences for prosecutors, regardless of whether the miscarriage of justice occurred because of ineptness or misconduct. In fact, they are often congratulated. Since 1990, six different prosecutors who were … Continue reading

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