Category: DOJ policy and practice
Two Prosecutor Clichés that Defense Lawyers Love to Hate
Proffer Agreements Can Be Trap Doors
Who Has Access to Your Data: House Select Committee Investigation Raises Privacy Concerns
Court Says DOJ Cannot Use Private Contractors to Assist with Criminal Discovery But Is This Bad for Defendants?
The Weird-But-Necessary Level of Trust Between Defense Lawyers and Prosecutors
Can Prosecutors Avoid Creating Brady Material in FBI-302 Interview Memos? DOJ Guidance Is Not Enough (Part 2)
The Prosecutorial Mindset: Just Punish More
SDNY Drops Charges in Accounting Fraud Case—No Harm, No Foul?
SDNY Judge (Finally) Holds Prosecutors’ Feet to the Fire – Lessons Learned for Other Brady Cases
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