Monthly Archives: November 2013

Cops in Miami Gardens, FL Arrest & Abuse Residents Simply for Showing Up to Work (this is not an exaggeration!)

Originally posted on United States Hypocrisy:
28-year old Earl Sampson has been ludicrously stopped & frisked by Miami Gardens Police a total of 258 times, and arrested for “trespassing” at his own place of employment! Almost everyone has by now…

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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 » 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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George Zimmerman’s treatment typifies Brevard/Seminole, FL “justice”

The Curious Case Of George Zimmerman’s Public Defender | ThinkProgress Still, George Zimmerman is armed with the services of two attorneys, including one with more than 20 years of criminal defense experience. For an indigent defendant in Florida, that is … Continue reading

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Center for Prosecutor Integrity to Establish ‘Registry of Prosecutorial Misconduct’

Originally posted on Wrongful Convictions Blog:
This (in my opinion) is huge.  By now, you’re probably familiar with the National Registry of Exonerations which has established a mechanism for collecting and documenting data about wrongful convictions across the US.  To…

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Monday’s Quick Clicks…

Originally posted on Wrongful Convictions Blog:
In Florida, Cheydrick Britt exonerated by DNA testing; congrats to IP of Florida Jason Baldwin of the West Memphis 3 wants name cleared When lying informants lead to wrongful convictions; more here In Ireland,…

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Death toll for prosecutorial misconduct rings in Maricopa County

There’s hardly a less likely location for judicial ethics to prevail over prosecutorial misconduct than Maricopa County, Arizona. But that’s where it happened. The mainstream media won’t make much of this monumental ruling; it’s in their best interests to have … Continue reading

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