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: Crime & Federalism

Assistant U.S. Attorney Adam Reeves is an Unethical Prosecutor

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Adam Reeves is the latest edition to the Prosecutorial Misconduct Wall of Shame:The record demonstrates that the prosecution [Adam Reeves] argued to the jury material facts that the prosecution knew were false, or at the very least had strong reason to doubt. †Deliberate false statements by those privileged to represent the United States harm the trial process and the integrity of our prosecutorial system. We do not lightly tolerate a prosecutor asserting as a fact to the jury something known to be untrue or, at the very least, that the prosecution had very strong reason to doubt... There is no reason to tolerate such misconduct here.†The ABA Journal has this report. †Unfortunately, even though the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals reversed a criminal conviction based on prosecutorial misconduct, AUSA Reeves was never identified by name in the opinion...continue to full post

Full post as published by Crime & Federalism on August 18, 2009 (boomark / email).

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