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DHC - 04.05.2016 100%

This system of representing the State by two Public Prosecutors has itself affected the judicial process, wherein one advocate claims himself to be representing the State and the other claims to be representing the Police.


Final Bar Complaint against Mark Lindquist - 06-11-15 98%

Nor did prosecutors inform Dalsing’s attorney that there was “definitely no link” between Dalsing and other child pornography that was found.


tamir2 88%

Whereas prosecutors normally use grand juries to procure indictments, McGinty used this one as a delaying tactic, before simply failing to bring charges.

29/12/2015 86%

In a court filing, counsel for Lowell, Massachusetts-based lawyer Douglas Parigian said that prosecutors had failed to meet the higher legal standard under the Second Circuit’s landmark December 2014 ruling in Newman.


Stout v. State (Ark. 1968) 79%

426 S.W.2d 800 244 Ark.


Resume2018 75%

Reuben Clark Law Society, Vice Chair 2016-2017 38d Prosecutor Clinic, Tucson City January 2017-May 2017 Pima County August 2017-May 2018 Brigham Young University, Provo, UT Bachelor of Arts in Communications, Emphasis in Public Relations, December 2014 Top 5 Undergraduate Public Relations Program 2014 (PR News) EXPERIENCE Pima County Attorney’s Office, Tucson, AZ Law Clerk, May 2017-Present Work alongside county prosecutors to conduct research, write affirmative motions, and respond to defense motions.


Federal Prosecution 74%

HENNING* INTRODUCTION S ince the 1970s, federal prosecutors have been particularly active in prosecuting state and local officials for corruption, even when the misconduct does not directly affect the federal government.


TaupierEdward AttyMotionWD 011916 72%

While a risk warrant need not be signed by a prosecutor, it’s my understanding that this warrant, and it is consistent with a general practice I think, which I have some knowledge of a general practice that prosecutors review all search warrants or risk warrants.


FinalversionoftheRSPCAsresponsetotheWoolerreview (3) 63%

The  primary purpose of the review was to assess prosecution decisions (both  positive  and  negative)  and  subsequent  conduct  of  any  proceedings  so  as  to  determine  how  far  these  accord  with  the  standards  of  a  reasonable,  competent  and  objective  prosecutor.  It  is  important  to   stress   the  review  concludes   that  the  Prosecutions  Department  performs  well   in  terms  of  its  case  outcomes;  that  the  RSPCA  enjoys  good  standing  before  the  courts  for  the  effective  manner  in  which  its  cases  are  presented;  that  its  staff  are  well  motivated,  conscientious  and  highly  committed;  that  underlying  RSPCA  performance  in  terms  of  prosecution  outcomes  is  at  least  as  good  as  the  CPS  and probably three or four percentage points better; that there is no other  body   which  could  take  on  the  RSPCA’s  current  role  which  is  too  valuable  to  be  lost  and that the management of prosecutions conducted by the RSPCA is  clearly  more   effective  and  thorough  than  found  in  most   other  prosecuting  authorities  including  the  CPS.  With  regard  to  the  application  of  the  Code  for  Crown  Prosecutors,   the  file  sample  tested  in  the  review  showed  that  the  assessment  of   the  evidence  was  largely  satisfactory.  Whilst  acknowledging  that  the  application  of  the  public  interest  test   to  animal  welfare  cases  can  often  be  difficult,  the  review  considered  the  proportion  of  cases  where  consideration  of  the  public  interest  test  was  flawed  was  too  high  and  the  review  makes   a  number  of  observations  that  will  help  the  RSPCA  address  this.   8.


The Wrongful Conviction of Charles Manson by Leonetti 62%

Even prosecutors who charged the drifter conceded that he had not actively participated in the murders, proceeding to trial instead on the theory that he had commanded the others to commit the murders like “mindless robots.” The police and prosecutors went along because they wanted to “solve” and “win” the biggest case of their lives.


CallCampaignPR 61%



All Rise - Dr Marlowe on the Future of US Drug Policy 60%

Judges, probation and parole officers, prosecutors and defense attorneys are scrambling to figure out how to sentence, supervise and treat these individuals effectively and safely.


CMA.376-K of 2016 etc - Bahria Town 58%

IN THE SUPREME COURT OF PAKISTAN (Appellate Jurisdiction) Present:


Remarks from Tribe X in Regards to Ferguson to Cleveland 56%

Our struggle, Ashe!, is against the prosecutors and District Attorneys that protect officers like Tamir Rice’s killer, who knowingly thwart justice by putting on weak cases or paneling secret grand juries.