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April 19, 2013

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Darren Chaker

Happy to see the court took little mercy on the prosecutorial misconduct before it. It is sad to see that justice is second and a prosecutor is often more concerned with keeping a winning record to move up in ranks, or move out to a large firm focusing on white collar defense or similar field. Likewise, by the time prosecutorial misconduct is shown, the defendant has served years, if not decades in prison. The judicial system is not based on equity, but the status of the defendant, which determines if he/she can fund a defense.

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